(Jana's POV) "So we're supposed to drink this?" Leon says suspiciously eying the lava river. "I guess," I admit and I get on my knees so I'm closer to the river. Leon coughs as he replicates my actions. He scoops his hands into the lava and jeers lightly, "To surviving." I dive my hands in and I'm surprised that the Phlegethon is almost on the cool side. "To surviving." I agree and I bring my hands to my lips. I take a gulp and I and I immediately feel nauseous because it tastes that awful.

Hot lava river, a fresh lava flow from a volcanic vent, is a liquid at temperatures from 700 to °C to °F). Silicon dioxide, also known as silica - a component of common household.

Pahoehoe is a bit hotter, forms lava tubes with many units, thin with lower viscosity & thickness so faster. Both slow down speed as they cool.

♂ Color inspiration - Lava - classy black with touch of bold red details. > The Lord is very color conoscente.

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Abstract Patterns Found in Nature by Thorsten Scheuermann

Born in Fire - Abstract shot of glowing lava forming patterns known as "Pele's Braids" during twilight on the Big Island of Hawaii. Photography by Thorsten Scheuermann

Volcano Lava - Kilauea, Hawaii, USA

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25 Adorable and Breathtaking Places Around the World - Volcano Lava Kilauea, Hawaii, USA

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Active lava flow in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Massive rock layers laid down in hours and days-- millions of years not required.

lava volcano

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

Lava Flow ~ Volcano National Park, Hawaii

One of the most amazing things I've seen! Lava Flow into the Ocean, Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii. I think it is amazing that the islands are slowing growing from these active lava flows.

°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.

°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 fingerpr

Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia ( I already have something like this in here, but this one hea more pictures)

Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia

Burning Sulfur - Blue Lava, Ijen Crater - Indonesia ( I already have something like this in here, but this one hea more pictures)

Lava fountain frozen during eruption.  The rarest lava on Earth, has some unusual properties. Unlike most lavas, this is a carbonate rather than a silicate, and erupts from Oldoinyo Lengai, a volcano in Tanzania. It comes out at a very low temperature, roughly 500 Celsius, is very viscous (runs like water) and freezes rapidly. The fountains can solidify in the air in a short time, creating fragile and ephemeral 'lavafalls', the volcanic equivalent of a sandcastle.  Image credit: Carsten…

Lava fountain frozen during eruption. The rarest lava on Earth, has some unusual properties. Unlike most lavas, this is a carbonate rather than a silicate, and erupts from Oldoinyo Lengai, a volcano in Tanzania.

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