The following is a guest post written by Oregon based photographer, Miles Morgan. A few days ago, I was introduced to a Telegraph article featuring intimate photos from the lip of the Kilauea volcano by Miles Morgan. I found Morgan's photos to be absolutely stunning and captivating. I reached out to Morgan and asked him…
The sandstone of Petra, Jordan/ say what you will but that is Lava Flow!! it's about a thousand years old but yeah there Lava flowed somewhere out of the ground!!
Petra, Jordan. Josephus says Kadesh Barnea was located at Petra in 1400 BC. The Treasury at Petra was carved by the Nabataeans in 100 BC and represents a reuse of the Hebrew city. This unusual "city of the tombs" carved into solid sandstone by the Nabataeans was the place Israel buried their dead for 38 years. Since the time of Joshua, is has been called "The Rock" (Sela/Petra) because this is where Moses brought water out of the Rock.
The sandstone of Petra, Jordan. The hiding place of the Jews left behind in the Tribulation.
wow - lava = gemstones when cooled, obsidian anyone?
Lava flows freely into the raging, rushing sea. The fiery tendrils touch the foamy tip of the ocean, and steam hisses angrily, filling the air with heat and sound. Fire meets water, lava meets ocean, and new rock is created.
Volcano oozes lava into the ocean. Lava from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park pours into the Pacific Ocean. The lava is entering the Pacific from several points along the Wilipe'a delta. (Credit: AP Photo/David Jordan)
This is what molten lava looks like as it comes deep from the earth and then travels into the ocean.
Lava from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park enters the Pacific Ocean on the morning of June 12, 2004. Photo: David Jordan
Hulihe'e Palace, the beautiful Kona oceanfront summer home of Hawaiian royalty, was damaged in the earthquake last October. Hula will erupt on Aug. 25 at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which serves as the dramatic backdrop to the fifth annual Na Mea Hawai'i Hula Kahiko performance from 10 a.m. to 1..
Aloha Friday / Hula On The Edge Lava from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park enters the Pacific Ocean on the morning of June 12, 2004
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Fire Art of Earth. Rolls of still red glowing hot lava appear like living blankets. Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea Volcano on Kauai, Hawaii. RESEARCH DdO:) MOST POPULAR RE-PINS - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/power-beyond-us/ - POWER BEYOND US. Two kinds of LAVA flow: 'a'a is thick, higher viscosity so slower. Pahoehoe is a bit hotter, forms lava tubes with many units, thin with lower viscosity & thickness so faster. Both slow down speed as they cool.:
Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea, Hawaii -Amazing to get a close up look at what's inside the earth.
Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea, Hawaii. Lava wrapped in red and black strands!
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Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea, Hawaii - we walked out over these flows
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Hawaiian lava rocks - when the locals tell you not to take lava rocks to the mainland... DON'T TAKE LAVA ROCKS TO THE MAINLAND!! Don't even think about it. Bad luck will be on you like white on rice!! Some people actually mail lava rocks back to Hawaii when they discover the legend to be true. Do yourself a favor and buy souvenirs at the ABC store, or wherever. Leave the lava rocks in Hawaii!! That's where they belong.
Hawaii lava rocks - a nice custom of the old Hawaiians...
hawaii lava rocks.. Hawaii is so beautiful.. I miss it