°Pahoehoe Lava - One of the more interesting types of pahoehoe lava is called ropey pahoehoe & looks like a series of twisted ropes spaced evenly along the ground. The twisted ropes may be fairly straight, or may loop & wind in & out much like a fingerprint.
Did you know that Geodes were formed by Ancient Volcanoes?
Erupting volcano - Most of the geodes that we find today were actually created when ancient Volcanoes erupted! As the lava cooled, air bubbles became trapped inside creating empty pockets. Over millions of years these pockets filled with the minerals which hardened into the beautiful crystal treasure we find today!
Brad, 54, who has been photographing the Kilauea Volcano, the most active on earth, for over 20 years, said:"It's such stunningly beautiful, powerful force. Being near an eruption is an awesome experience.You are never quite the same after seeing flowing lava." Picture: G. Brad Lewis / Barcroft Media