Known as Waiahuakua, this is the second longest sea cave in the world, stretching 1,155ft. It is known as the Sacred Water Cave and as the Double Door cave – as it has both an entrance and an exit. Kayak tours run through the cave to allow visitors a close-up view of the caverns huge length. A fissure in the roof of the volcanic rock allows water to gush into the amazing cavern.
Geodes (Greek γεώδης - ge-ōdēs, "earthlike") are geological secondary structures which occur in certain sedimentary and volcanic rocks. They are themselves of sedimentary origin formed by chemical precipitation. Geodes are essentially hollow, loosely spheroid to oblate masses of mineral matter that may have formed.
Kerið, Iceland While many crater lakes are deep within black volcanic rock, the rock around the colorful Kerið Lake in Iceland is a mix of red, brown, and pink. The 3,000-year-old crater sits within the tourist route known as the Golden Circle. #iceland #volcano #fireandice
Blue Biggs Jasper stone. Blue Biggs Jasper is a silicated volcanic ash. It was formed during a volcanic eruption and is part of a Miocene series of rocks called the John Day Formation, near Biggs, Oregon, USA. It is a decorative stone used for jewellery and trinkets.