2-16-17 Lava Ocean Entry “Fire Hose”

Aloha, New video of the explosive lava flow ocean entry at Kilauea volcano Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Photos will follow at a later date. Lava Fire Hose at the Kamokuna ocean entry. 61g lava flow. There’s been a significant lava Fire Hose coming out of the sea cliff ever since the bench/delta collapsed New Years … Continue reading

11-30-16 New Photos & Videos

Aloha, I was quite busy visiting the lava flow for a while back in August and September and then of course catching up on editing both photographs and video captured during those outings. It was great being able to ride the mountain bike most of the way and even right up to the lava flows … Continue reading

New Lava Video & New Photo Galleries

  Newest lava flow video. Gopro video of the newest lava flow ocean entry at Kilauea volcano Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. These started a few hours before dawn Tues Aug 9th. This footage was captured at sunrise looking directly into the sun. When I first arrived the flow was just starting to cross the road … Continue reading

8-01-16 Hawaii Kamokuna Lava Ocean Entry Video

A unique view of the newest lava flow ocean entry at Kilauea volcano Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It was extremely hot where I shot this. Also, very windy like it has been all summer on that part of the island. Video of this event from my Nikon D800 coming soon. The tour boat seen is … Continue reading

7-26-16 Hawaii Lava Flow Video – New Ocean Entry

Videos of the newest lava flow ocean entry at Kilauea volcano Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The Kamokuna ocean entry. I arrived at the new ocean entry about 15 minutes after it started. You can see how the new delta/bench (new land) grows as the video progresses. As its been throughout this new flow, it was … Continue reading

6-30-16 Video – Lava Flow Hike

Aloha, I’ve added a new video from a recent lava flow hike. This is the front of a fairly large A’a lava flow. This part of the flow was slowing down and would eventually stall but, that allowed me to film without having to constantly retreat. You will see how an A’a flow advances. The … Continue reading