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Old 06-07-2018, 04:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi everyone, I just wanted to share some pictures of the lava eruption here on the Big Island of Hawaii. The pictures were taken from my drive way. I am about 30 miles away from the eruption (as the crow flies) and I am in no danger. I do not live on the active east rift zone. This is the glow I see at night. Enjoy. Aloha.

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Chris; Stay safe my friend.....

I've been watching the news on TV. I stopped in Hawaii once many moons ago. It was only two days but it certainly is a tropical paradise... Except when the volcano(s) erupt.
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amazing photos! Donít get any closer!


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Can lava (ash) be cast into a blank??
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Impressive but scary.
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Can lava (ash) be cast into a blank??

After Mount St. Helens there was a small industry for making items from the ash. It was made into a type of ceramic. The Hawaii lava looks different, maybe it could be cut out and turned. Dunno. Personally, I would wait before trying.
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On another note, before using the lava from the volcano, do some research about the curse of Pele on Big Island. Just Google "Pele curse". LOL
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