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Kiluea erupting, on Hawaii in Hawaii. So good you have to say it twice.

Did you know that Geodes were formed by Ancient Volcanoes?

Erupting volcano - Most of the geodes that we find today were actually created when ancient Volcanoes erupted! As the lava cooled, air bubbles became trapped inside creating empty pockets. Over millions of years these pockets filled with the minerals

all the beauty things...

Fall Leaves and Canoe - North Carolina Merchants Millpond State Park, Gates County, North Carolina. Large postcard from the Southern Places postcard book.

Piton de la Fournaise (French): “Peak of the Furnace” is a shield volcano on the eastern side of Réunion island, Hawaiian Islands

Volcano Piton de la Fournaise, Réunion Island, France – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

Global warming...

This iconic image of the polar bear balancing on the small remainder of sea ice is used to portray global warming. Instead of using statistics, this image tries to appeal to an emotional connection to the "cuddly and loving" polar bear.

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Photographer Mike Mezeul managed to score a real one-shot wonder - by capturing lava, the Milky Way, the moon and a meteor all in the same image while on a trip to Hawaii.

Photographer Ventures to Volcanos and Lava Flows in Hawaii beoEhjb

Photographer Ventures to Volcanos and Lava Flows in Hawaii

Photographer Sean King captures the beautiful glow of lava-flowing volcanoes against the starry night sky in Hawaii. Despite being colorblind and facing te

Lava

Lava

ava fountain frozen during eruption. Unlike most lavas, this is a carbonate rather than a silicate, and erupts from Oldoinyo Lengai, a volcano in Tanzania. It comes out at a very low temperature, roughly 500 Celsius, is very viscous (runs like water) and freezes rapidly. Its minerals and elements provide the fertility for the Masai Mara, that famous nature reserve filled with grazers and their predators.  Image credit: Carsten Peter and Tineke Speelman via Geomorfologia para todos.

Lava fountain frozen during eruption. The rarest lava on Earth, has some unusual properties. Unlike most lavas, this is a carbonate rather than a silicate, and erupts from Oldoinyo Lengai, a volcano in Tanzania.

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