A longer exposure softens the movement of waves, lava, and billowing steam at the Kupapa‘u ocean entry in Kalapana, Island of Hawai‘i. The dynamicity of volcanic activity is mesmerizing, as no two frames are ever identical.
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A lone drip of lava pours into the sea along the Kalapana coast. There’s hardly a sight in the world that can compare to witnessing the dynamic and creative forces of nature at the ocean entry. : )
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Trapped steam beneath a river of lava accumulates a tremendous amount of pressure until it escapes in an instantaneous explosion of a lava, creating a one of a kind, airborne abstract. These lava bubbles are extremely rare, and are by far, my favorite aspect of volcanic activity to shoot, as you never know what you’re gonna get… kinda like a box of chocolates. Well, not really. 😉
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Fingers of pahoehoe enter the sea in the foreground, while another ocean entry rages on in the distance.
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