Known in Spanish as the relámpago de Catatumbo, this unique meteorological phenomenon features the most consistent lightning of any place on Earth, with flashes illuminating the sky nearly half the year.
We learned a lot about lightening in class. This is a picture of a step leader because it is coming from the clouds. Lightening that comes from the ground up is called positive streamers. Also, I learned that when you are in a car you can not be electrocuted because the lightening will travel on the outside on the car and into the ground.
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.