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Landscape photographer Michael Shainblum travelled to the Big Island of Hawaii to experience a rare lava ‘waterfall’

KILAUEA IS A SHIELD VOLCANO in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park that’s active and almost constantly rumbling away. When I took this photo, though, there was something unusual going on – a special moment in the volcano’s recent behaviour. At the Kamokuna delta, a massive torrent of lava had started gushing right out of the volcano and into the Pacific Ocean, from more than 20 metres high. The phenomenon was only at its peak for a few weeks so it was really exciting to see.

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