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First Lava Tube "This is the first ever photo taken surf photography style with the lava down the wave. I entered the 110 + degree water filled with volcanic glass and lava bombs to take the first ever lava shot taken from in the breaking waves. It was a shoot of a lifetime after 3 days in the water with the lava, the lava broke out and covered the entire beach." - Photographer CJ Kale

Lava Tube from the Surf - Big Island, Hawaii CJ Kale Back to the Big Island! Recently we featured a close up of fresh lava HERE. Now we are bringing you a first from CJ Kale and his surf lava images. He and Nick Selway braved

Natural Love, Kalapana, Hawai. According with the publisher this is a natural image, a lucky capture from the lava boat on a Sunday night.

My Heart For Selena- Hawaii Kalapana.means "Natural Love" Photograph taken by Cj Kale, via *Flaming Lava Heart captured just after the sun set for that day.This has not been 'photoshopped'!

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Kids Investigate Volcanoes!

During the Hadean Eon volcanoes played an integral part in the formation of the Earth. Even today volcanoes play a key role in the Earth's continued renewal of itself. Children and adults alike, it seems, are fascinated by these fountains of living.

Ocean Fury by Warren Ishii

“Every time I stand before a beautiful beach, its waves seem to whisper to me: If you choose the simple things and find joy in nature’s simple treasures, life and living need not be so hard.

Univers Mininga

“The sea is emotion incarnate. It loves, hates, and weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles. No matter what you say about it, there is always that which you can't.” ― Christopher Paolini Movement seen through waves.

Tropical Dreams

Beautiful Surf Wave Art Painting with rainbow and clear water . from the inside looking out the barrel / artist unknown

awesome power

I love how beautiful water photos are and how hard they are to capture but this one has been captured perfectly and looks amazing in black and white as well.

¡Ya llega el calorcito!

from Milky way scientists "Raw hawaiian shorebreak power." Image Credit : Clark Little Photography