"I quit my job anyway, took a big leap of faith, and decided to turn [FILL IN THE BLANK] into a successful, deeply rewarding career. I had no idea what I was doing, and I made lots of mistakes along the way that tested my resolve, but ultimately I... made it all work." That's pretty much what people who do what they love say. Of course I saved some money before I took my leap of faith, but not a lot. :) <3 #dowhatyoulove#lavagirl#lavaflow#pahoehoe#kalapana#bigislandlove#followyourheart
Surface flows on the coastal plains of Kīlauea volcano continue!
Strong breakouts found on yesterdays private lava hike, and this footage shows some of the best we saw. The hike is actually shorter then a few weeks ago, so now is a great time to book your private lava hike!
Last week I went to Hawaii for conducting school trip with undergraduate student, my laboratory friends and 3 professors from Kyushu University.
First day we went to Hilo in big island. After putting our baggage in hotel we went to Lava Tree State Park.
Here we saw several lava trees from 200 years ago eruption with 2 meters height and approximately 1 meter width. Lava tree usually is formed in pahoehoe lava. That was amazing because the first time I saw lava tree on field not only in the book.
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Some Mana'o: #Pahoehoe#Lava is one of the most interesting forms of lava. Since it tends to flow more as a thick liquid it can pour uphill as well as downhill and can create a huge variety of interesting shapes.
If pahoehoe lava flows over a fairly flat ground it will coat the ground much like a parking lot - with a thick, smooth, flat coating of lava. However, when pahoehoe encounters barriers in the way, such as rocks, hills, fissures and bumps, it flows over and around them and produces different shapes.
One of the more interesting types of pahoehoe lava is called ropey pahoehoe and looks like a series of twisted ropes spaced evenly along the ground. The twisted ropes may be fairly straight, or may loop and wind in and out much like a fingerprint.