Hawaii’s Active Volcanoes in Photos: A tour of Volcanoes National Park

by Roger on April 15, 2009

by Roger | April 15th, 2009  

The Hawaiian archipelago was formed by volcanic activity over the last several million years, and the islands continue to grow as lava pours from the world’s most active volcano, Mount Kilauea, on the Big Island. Owing much of its spectacular beauty to lava, erosion, and volcanic eruptions, it is no wonder that many visitors to Hawaii want to catch a glimpse at the force that created the islands they are now vacationing on.

Interested in checking out the molten lava for yourself? Here are some articles about Volcanoes National Park.


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Photo from mikecramermadison


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Photo from pet_r


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Photo from raschi


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Photo by azadam


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Photo by raschi


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Photo by karli b


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Photo by wildphotons


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Photo by davidagalvan

{ 1 comment }

explosion April 26, 2009 at 4:47 pm
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In my opinion, volcanoes are one of the most amazing and spectacular things existing on earth. These features are very well surprised in the pictures. Still, their explosions are very dangerous in the same time..

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