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 Ocean entry of the Pu’u Oo flow, Kilauea volcano Hawaii in June, 2001. Note the two small rivulets of lava cascading down the face of the flow just above the water line in the center-left of the frame. Distance across the photo is about 20 meters. « Previous | Next »

Pillow lavas sticking out of sediment. The big pillow on the left shows “toothpaste” grooves that form as lava squeezes slowly out of a tube or another pillow. The fish in the photo is another rat-tail, and there is a sea cucumber, or Holothurian, near the bottom of the photo, like the one that made tracks in the first slide.

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