Earth's Vein - Hawaii Volcano National Park | by Tom Kualii on 500px

Earth's Vein - Hawaii Volcano National Park | by Tom Kualii on 500px

So pretty! But seriously, how do people take these kinds of pictures without being burnt!?!?!

So pretty! But seriously, how do people take these kinds of pictures without being burnt!?!?!

Brad, 54, who has been photographing the Kilauea Volcano, the most active on earth, for over 20 years, said:"It's such stunningly beautiful, powerful force. Being near an eruption is an awesome experience.You are never quite the same after seeing flowing lava."  Picture: G. Brad Lewis / Barcroft Media

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Brad, 54, who has been photographing the Kilauea Volcano, the most active on earth, for over 20 years, said:"It's such stunningly beautiful, powerful force. Being near an eruption is an awesome experience.You are never quite the same after seeing flowing lava." Picture: G. Brad Lewis / Barcroft Media

When I was little I believed that this was the hair of Pele, goddess of volcanos

When I was little I believed that this was the hair of Pele, goddess of volcanos

F&O FABFORGOTTENNOBILITY : Photo

F&O FABFORGOTTENNOBILITY : Photo

"...is people excell at energy weap..."  -fragment of recording salvaged from gray box

"...is people excell at energy weap..." -fragment of recording salvaged from gray box

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann

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American adventure photographer Mike Mezeul II took an amazing shot that captures the diverse beauty of Mother Nature. Photographed in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii, it contains the Moon, the Milky Way, a meteor, and a stream of lava all in one image.

American adventure photographer Mike Mezeul II took an amazing shot that captures the diverse beauty of Mother Nature. Photographed in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii, it contains the Moon, the Milky Way, a meteor, and a stream of lava all in one image.

Trapped steam beneath a river of lava accumulates a tremendous amount of pressure until it escapes in an instantaneous explosion of a lava, causing a rare lava bubble. Hawaii

Trapped steam beneath a river of lava accumulates a tremendous amount of pressure until it escapes in an instantaneous explosion of a lava, causing a rare lava bubble. Hawaii

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