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141084
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Date Uploaded:
22 Jul 2008
Date Created:
2003 Feb -
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29.97 FPS
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Duration:
00:00:06,00
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Lava flow shot in February 2003 at the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park ("East Rift Zone") on the Big Island.

At the top of the mountainside, where the source of the lava flow originated, were two thin "rivers", perhaps 15 to 20 feet wide each. Over a period of three hours, they gradually turned into the width of two-lane highways. The third, and largest flow to the right of the other two, which formed much later, was now the width of a four-lane highway. Boulders of molten rock the size of Volkswagen Beetles tumbled down this "river-highway" of flowing lava.

Location: Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park ("East Rift Zone"), United States

Source: Sony DSR-PD150

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Hawaii brimstone color exterior fire fissure flow fluid geology image lava molten nighttime outdoors people smoldering turbulent video viscous volcano no people real time handheld shot point of view (pov) color natural lighting contemporary 2000s night exterior

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