High the active lava channel. The lowest, eastern-most end of the f...

High aerial view of the active lava channel. The lowest, eastern-mo...

Detailed Description

High aerial view of the active lava channel. The lowest, eastern-most end of the fissure is in view at the bottom of the photo. Rather than feeding the ‘A‘ā flow active for the first couple of days, the flow now is spreading out on the low slope area at the eastern base of Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō, visible in the top half of the photo.

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Image Dimensions: 800 x 1200

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