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Nature Abstract Patterns by Thorsten Scheuermann – Fubiz™

Nature Abstract Patterns

Born in Fire - Abstract shot of glowing lava forming patterns known as "Pele's Braids" during twilight on the Big Island of Hawaii. Photography by Thorsten Scheuermann

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes - Sicily, Italy

Mount Etna, one of the world's most active volcanoes - Sicily, Italy Messina

Tavurvur Volcano, Papua New Guinea פפואה ניו גיני www.papua-by-raz.co.il

Tavurvur Volcano, Papua New Guinea. Tavurvur is an active stratovolcano that lies near Rabaul, on the island of New Britain, in Papua New Guinea. It is a sub-vent of the Rabaul caldera and lies on the eastern rim of the larger feature. Photo by tarotastic

Volcanic Celebrations

When hot lava and the sea meet it makes for a spectacular show, especially at night. Kilauea volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Big Island of Hawaii. ~Via Sergio Mancisidor

Les fantastiques photos de lave de Tom Kualii

Les fantastiques photos de lave de Tom Kualii

Photograph Lava flow after the Sun by Tom Kualii on Lava Ocean Entry on the Big Island of Hawaii after sunset

lava flowing towards the ocean in Hawaii

Starting at Kalapana, Hawaii you can walk for two hours to the place on the coast where active lava flows touching the ocean. Where fire meets water.

Anak Krakatau volcano, November 2007, Tom Pfeiffer

Volcanic Eruption Prediction : The Prediction of volcanic eruptions is challenging because, to be of realistic use, they must be created before eruptions it’s a lot simpler to see patterns in tracking information after an eruption has happened.

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #1387

Here we present Mind Blowing Volcano Photography. Volcano is a very dangerous thing. It’s not very easy to save those disasters in your camera. So posted some Volcano Photography for you have look.

wonderous-world:  Rangarvallasysla, Iceland by Snorri Gunnarsson

Lava fall in the snow from the Fimmvörðuháls eruption, Iceland. Photo by Snorri Gunnarsson.