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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-08 17:21:40
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Amazing @nature footage from Hawaii: Together with @epiclavatours 🌋 Video and caption by @auroraborealisobservatory #nature

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-05-31 04:24:08
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Fissure 8 taken by Paul Leo Klink late this afternoon. #LeilaniEstate #LeilaniEstateEruption #BigIsland #Puna #KilaueaVolcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-16 16:48:14
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Powerful @nature magma breakout! 🌋 Kilauea volcano, Hawaii. Video by @epiclava_ #nature

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:09:22
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Update from Ryan Finlay: Sunday Morning 8am HST June 17th Happy Fathers Day First of all I want to say happy fathers day to all you Dad’s out there, especially those who have been walking their kids through the loss of their home, possessions and even way of life. You are incredibly important, a rock during this enormous time of change. I hope you each have a special day with your kids and family today and thank you for all that you do. #Fissure8 is continuing unchanged with some minor overflows in the past 24 hours. The fountain at fissure 8 has been reaching heights of 175-200 feet, and the cone surrounding the fissure is now 170 feet high! Fissures 16,18, and now 15, which is by Pohoiki road have all seem some oozing and minor lava spattering. At the summit, we are continuing to see elevated seismicity that lead to larger earthquakes and minor ash explosions. Lava delta at the ocean entry is now more than 320 acres in size. I’m still in Kona this morning but will be back in Pahoa today. We are going to be back in the area for another 9 days. My main goal is to spend time with as many people as possible in the community, friends and helpers. That said, my updates are going to probably look a little different. Press on Puna and have a great night everyone! #leilaniestateseruption #kilaueavolcano #bigisland

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-04 18:30:49
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Its all gone. All of it. I have no words. Only sadness.

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 19:58:08
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-12 12:07:58
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From Joseph Anthony: “The second special thing that happened today was being reunited with Ginger the lava cat! She is doing absolutely fine in her new home thanks to first responder and rescuer Axel Kratel who went it to find her and take her out along with numerous other animals that day. She appeared healthy relaxed and likes hanging around by the window which ironically has a view of fissure 8 albeit a much greater distance from the lava than the day I found and photographed her.” #leilaniestateseruption #puna #bigisland #kilaueavolcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-16 06:35:01
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At loss for words ... Seeing "Pele" and other Hawaiian gods speak by actions of showing the circle of life was just unexplainable and heartbreaking all together. @paradisehelicopters @canonusa

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 21:08:39
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PART 4 - Kilauea Volcano, Fissure 8 lava flow hitting the sea, from just over one thousand feet in the air on the Big Island of Hawaii. The lava flow has already filled in this once beautiful bay. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #bigisland #hawaii #hawaiistagram #islandlife #wanderlust #traveladdict #jetsetter #bucketlist #beautifuldestinations #travel #skymileslife #delta #traveltips #nature #travelpassport #ilovetravel #huffgrampost #saltinmyhair #travellife #travelphotography #bestvacations #visualsoflife #nakedplanet #liveyourbestlife #instatravel #ourplanet #volcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 20:36:27
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#Repost @worldanimalnews ・・・ Unreal footage of lava truckin on the big island of #Hawaii. 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! - - This is another unbelievable video taken by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. - - This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing down. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! - - According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. - Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly. - - Via: @HawaiiNewsNow 🎥 Ken Boyer - - 🌍👉@worldanimalnews @peace_4animals

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 19:58:08
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 19:23:33
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#Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 19:16:59
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Morning pages on the front lanai. Looked up, and noticed for the first time, the five of us have been here all along. . . 🌴💙🌴💙🌴💙🌴💙🌴 . . . #casadecoconut #homeishome #wherethepalmtreesgrow #morningpages #kilaueavolcano #newbeginnings #hawaiilife

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 19:16:03
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Amazing adventure with @paradisehelicopters - intense lava flow at #kilaueavolcano #paradisehelicopters #eruption #madampele @tapioca222

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 18:57:43
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Ti leaf lei left for Pele overlooking the well-channelized lava flow from Fissure 8 on June 17, 2018, at 6:47p.m. from the Bryson Cinder Quarry on Gov. Beach Road in lower Puna on Hawaii Island. PC: Crystal Richard. For the latest information on the Kilauea eruption go to http://bigislandnow.com #kilaueavolcano #kilaueaeruption #leilaniestateseruption #prayforpuna #fissure8 #punastrong #bigislandnow #bigislandnews #tileaflei #hookupu #lava #lavaflow #lavariver #hawaiilava #puna #kapoho #pele

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 18:53:55
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Scary & beautiful! Unreal footage of lava truckin on the big island of #Hawaii. 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano (June 15 at 7:45 PM): This is another unbelievable video taken by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. - - This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing down. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! - - According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. - Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly. - - Via: @HawaiiNewsNow 🎥 Ken Boyer - - 🌍👉@worldanimalnews @peace_4animals

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 17:40:55
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🔥 NEWSFLASH! 🔥 The host of our 3 day nature immersion, Elizabeth B Jenkins at her home on Big Island Hawai'i has been coping with the consequences of the ongoing eruption of Kilauea by helping to feed the families displaced when their homes were taken in the lava flow over the last 6 weeks. Through this she's maintained a firm view that this a period of great creation not of destruction. Now Mama Pele the Volcano Being has affirmed this by offering her own Qarpay which Elizabeth can share with us. This is a HUGE blessing. Qarpay literally means 'Irrigation' or watering, so to receive a Qarpay is to receive the blessings and power of the Being offering it. In the Andes the standard way to gain Qarpay is to go and spend a night or more alone and unsupported on the Mountain or Lake that you're seeking Qarpay from. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ Let me offer you Elizabeth B. Jenkins's words: "Great warm lava love greetings 🌋💝 Thank you all for the vast amount of love effort, persistence and devotion you all show for our beautiful tradition! It is truly an honor to work together with you to bring our tradition to the people. With this increase in the ring of fire activity that began on our Island in May--like so many of you, I have been in deep communion with Pele. Pele, like many of our Peruvian Apus, was once a powerful human Priestess who wished to continue to serve her people and imbued her spiritual essence into the lava. I will tell this full story at our seminars. If you wish, Pele has asked me to give her Qarpay to all of our seminar participants. It is the Qarpay of complete and utter destruction of the old to make way for "material from depth" our deeper authentic selves, and to remake ourselves from the molten core of pure spiritual fire within us. She, along with mother rainbow is one of the rare Nature beings who connects all three worlds! I am deeply honored to offer this. Me Ke Aloha Pumehana (With a warm 🌋 heart)

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 17:01:46
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Most Recent Lava Flow Pele’s March to The Ocean... BIG ISLAND - As a result of the Kilauea volcano eruption, shelters have opened, roads have closed and hundreds of residents have been evacuated... . . Proverbs 3:5-6 King James Version (KJV) 5 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. . . . Video by 📷@ichanceagpoon #kilaueavolcano #pele #hilo #bigisland #bigislandhawaii #puna #leilani #leilaniestateseruption #bigislandvolcano #lavagroundzero #lavaflow #lava #leilaniestates #hawaii #kauai #maui #hawaiinewsnow #hawaiivolcanoes #hawaiilife #seelava #volcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 16:24:53
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Acknowledge the Nature of Build or Destroy in action. From all of this destruction will be born new land, life, and fertility. It’s a beautiful tragedy. Or, is it tragic beauty? #Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 17 at 5:15 PM): The Hawaiʻi County Civil Defense Agency is now reporting 533 homes have been claimed by lava, which has covered 5,914 acres or more than 9 square miles along the lower East Rift Zone since the first fissure opened up on Mohala Street in #LeilaniEstates on May 3. This video taken by USGS today inside #LeilaniEstates captures lava at #fissure8 pulsing above the cinder cone adding fragments of lava (spatter) that builds the cone higher. From fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour, but it slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Fountains as high as 165 ft rise from the #Fissure8 spatter cone and continue to feed lava into the well-established channel that flows to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, minor amounts of lava briefly spill over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16/18 continue to ooze lava. Incandescence (visible in PGcam to the left of fissure 8 most nights) and mild spattering were observed from Fissure 6. The flow field is relatively stable with little change to its size and shape for the past few days. After this morning's explosive event, seismicity at Kīlauea's summit is slowly increasing. Inward slumping of the rim and walls of Halemaʻumaʻu continues in response to ongoing subsidence at the summit.” A Disaster Recovery Center (DRC), jointly operated by the state of Hawaiʻi and FEMA is now open at Keaʻau High School Gymnasium, 16-725 Keaʻau-Pāhoa Rd., Keaʻau, HI 96749 and will be open daily from 8 AM - 8 PM. People can register for assistance and also get their questions answered. Residents are asked to follow this schedule for FEMA registration: *Sunday: Vacationland, Kapoho, Green Farm Lots and Kapoho Beach Lots; *Monday: Community of Volcano.

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 15:29:27
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Repost from @worldanimalnews using @RepostRegramApp - Unreal footage of lava truckin on the big island of #Hawaii. 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! - - This is another unbelievable video taken by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. - - This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing down. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! - - According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. - Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly. - - Via: @HawaiiNewsNow 🎥 Ken Boyer - - 🌍👉@worldanimalnews @peace_4animals

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 15:28:42
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Not animal related but holy moly! I own some land on Big Island...just glad the lava isn't flowing that way! . #Repost @worldanimalnews ・・・ Unreal footage of lava truckin on the big island of #Hawaii. 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! - - This is another unbelievable video taken by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. - - This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing down. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! - - According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. - Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly. - - Via: @HawaiiNewsNow 🎥 Ken Boyer - - 🌍👉@worldanimalnews @peace_4animals

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 15:19:19
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 15:11:20
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Unreal footage of lava truckin on the big island of #Hawaii. 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! - - This is another unbelievable video taken by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. - - This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing down. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! - - According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. - Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly. - - Via: @HawaiiNewsNow 🎥 Ken Boyer - - 🌍👉@worldanimalnews @peace_4animals

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 15:11:05
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Lava ilumina una casa evacuada en las afueras de Pahoa durante las erupciones en curso del volcán Kilauea en Hawai, EE. UU., El 6 de junio de 2018. REUTERS / Terry #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #hawaii #pahoa #volcan #volcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 14:57:04
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ANECDOTES OF ALOHA in 4 parts...please #zoom to read a heartful soulful #prayer & #tribute for those I care so deep, a place full of #refugees & #evacuees under the #spell of #PELE #eruption #kilaueavolcano #LAVA #PUNA #BIGISLAND #ALOHA #poetry #anecdote #lifechangingexperiences #XoDd

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 13:21:19
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It’s been over six weeks since lava fissures began erupting on Hawaii’s Big Island, and there’s still no end in sight. New videos taken by the US Geological Survey reveal the dramatic extent to which the encroaching lava has reshaped the surrounding landscape, turning once gorgeous beaches into a smoldering pile of volcanic waste. [photo from USGS / Gizmodo) Pray for Hawaii and the rest of the world as we see the signs of the times increasing in number . #hawaii #kilaueavolcano #signsofthetimes #ringoffire #volcaniceruption

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 12:01:45
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REPOST: @malikadudley (mahalo for video and write-up . . "Mesmerizing NEW USGS VIDEO of the fast-moving flow from #Fissure8 - Civil Defense says ‪5,914 acres or 9.24 square miles of land have now been impacted. With their official count at 533 homes destroyed.‬.. Mayor Kim believes it to be 600-700 or higher when you factor in unpermitted structures and homes. The latest USGS update explains that from fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour. Lava slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. My helicopter pilot pointed out the area where pahoehoe becomes #aa right near #GreenLake on our overflight... so that would make sense. Check my “Lava” story highlight above to see that image from our overflight. It’s pretty amazing. #nature #leilaniestates #puna #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #lavariver "

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 11:04:09
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 10:50:54
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Got up close and personal with the lava. #fissureeight #lavaglow #lava #kilaueavolcano #kilaueaeruption #luckytoliveinhawaii🌴🌅

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 08:30:37
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Credit @slayindemons & @milekalincoln #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background & the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder & spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, & entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast & south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier & emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter & will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am & noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude 3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash & gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews #HN

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 07:07:15
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Kilauea volcano pumping lava in Pahoa Hawaii #volcano #kilaueavolcano #hawaii #travel

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 05:36:17
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Can it be? 🌋😮 #volcano #pele #earthrebirth #magmaneversleeps #whoyougonnacall #lloydsoflondon . . . #rp @candidkooks @clarklittle @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up sl...

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 05:21:23
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LAVA! Look at how fast it's moving! Do you think Hawaii is dangerous because of the volcano? 🌋⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ _⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ #hawaii #fissure #lava #volcano #ventifun #erbil #iraq #kurdistan #hawaiian #lavaflow #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #amazing #wow #eruption

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 05:21:13
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 05:11:20
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Re-post @malikadudley — Mesmerizing NEW USGS VIDEO of the fast-moving flow from #Fissure8 - Civil Defense says ‪5,914 acres or 9.24 square miles of land have now been impacted. With their official count at 533 homes destroyed.‬.. Mayor Kim believes it to be 600-700 or higher when you factor in unpermitted structures and homes. The latest USGS update explains that from fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour. Lava slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. My helicopter pilot pointed out the area where pahoehoe becomes #aa right near #GreenLake on our overflight... so that would make sense. Check my “Lava” story highlight above to see that image from our overflight. It’s pretty amazing. #nature #leilaniestates #puna #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #lavariver

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 04:28:17
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#Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN @unplugthematrix

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 04:27:44
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"When are you going to be living your "dead" culture?" Is the best way I can pose this to you so-called kanaka, possibly a perpetrator calling them self Native Hawaiian. I don't know what that means for me because I can't conceive the idea that you stop and start your culture so it must be a foreign invasive species ethnocidal murder bullshit. #hawaii #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #kanaka #kanakamaoli #assimilation #aloha #hawaiian #kohawaii #akua #notnativehawaiian #tmtshutdown #sacredmaunakeahui #lahui #kamehameha #olelohawaii #oiwi #maoli #kohawaiipaeaina #wearestillhere #justifiedmediocrity #alohaaina #workinprogress #transformation #mana #maipoina #justkeepbanging #hoomana #peleihonuamea #hiiakaikapoliopele

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 04:25:26
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#Repost @milekalincoln with @get_repost ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 17 at 5:15 PM): The Hawaiʻi County Civil Defense Agency is now reporting 533 homes have been claimed by lava, which has covered 5,914 acres or more than 9 square miles along the lower East Rift Zone since the first fissure opened up on Mohala Street in #LeilaniEstates on May 3. This video taken by USGS today inside #LeilaniEstates captures lava at #fissure8 pulsing above the cinder cone adding fragments of lava (spatter) that builds the cone higher. From fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour, but it slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Fountains as high as 165 ft rise from the #Fissure8 spatter cone and continue to feed lava into the well-established channel that flows to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, minor amounts of lava briefly spill over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16/18 continue to ooze lava. Incandescence (visible in PGcam to the left of fissure 8 most nights) and mild spattering were observed from Fissure 6. The flow field is relatively stable with little change to its size and shape for the past few days. After this morning's explosive event, seismicity at Kīlauea's summit is slowly increasing. Inward slumping of the rim and walls of Halemaʻumaʻu continues in response to ongoing subsidence at the summit.” A Disaster Recovery Center (DRC), jointly operated by the state of Hawaiʻi and FEMA is now open at Keaʻau High School Gymnasium, 16-725 Keaʻau-Pāhoa Rd., Keaʻau, HI 96749 and will be open daily from 8 AM - 8 PM. People can register for assistance and also get their questions answered. Residents are asked to follow this schedule for FEMA registration: *Sunday: Vacationland, Kapoho, Green Farm Lots and Kapoho Beach Lots; *Monday: Community of Volcano. (Click the link in my bio for ALL the DRC details) @HawaiiNewsNow #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN #HawaiiNewsNow #WeAreYourSource (Video: USGS)

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 04:16:18
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 04:13:04
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We joined Kilauea Volcano Helicopter Tour in Big Island today🚁 Residential area situation is so sad, but I really felt the place where life and death are next to each other. (Right and above side of this pic is residential area) Actual Big island seems almost same as usual except volcano and neighbor area so far👍 ハワイ島に来て一番観たかったキラウエア火山の現状をヘリツアーで行ってきました🚁 居住区の惨状はとても悲しいですが、謂わば生と死が隣あう様は色々と考えさせられます。 #kilaueavolcano #volcanohawaii #volcanohericopter #bigisland #fairmontorchid #liveanddie #landscapephotography #iphonepic #キラウエア火山 #ハワイ島 #ヘリツアー #フェアモントオーキッド #活火山 #人生一度きり

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 03:39:52
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To my old man—you taught me these important life lessons: —Always remove your shoes when you enter your home —Always eat over the sink, if no plate is available —“Ain’t” is not a word, but “clicker” (as a noun), “wheelcrixer”, and “Pocatella” are —There’s no shame in asking someone smarter; just don’t look stupid while doing it Happy Father’s Day, Dad. I’m proud to be your daughter. Thanks for raising me on a healthy diet of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”, “The Young Ones”, and black coffee. Cheers, Desperado. #Father #Dad #HappyFathersDay #Jim #JamesJKelly #OldMan #DadsOfInstagram #Hilo #Helicopter #BlueHawaiianHelicopters #Hawaii #Kilauea #KilaueaVolcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 03:38:08
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Mesmerizing NEW USGS VIDEO of the fast-moving flow from #Fissure8 - Civil Defense says ‪5,914 acres or 9.24 square miles of land have now been impacted. With their official count at 533 homes destroyed.‬.. Mayor Kim believes it to be 600-700 or higher when you factor in unpermitted structures and homes. The latest USGS update explains that from fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour. Lava slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. My helicopter pilot pointed out the area where pahoehoe becomes #aa right near #GreenLake on our overflight... so that would make sense. Check my “Lava” story highlight above to see that image from our overflight. It’s pretty amazing. #nature #leilaniestates #puna #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #lavariver

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 03:31:59
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Fissure 8 is continuing its Fast Moving Flow. #lavaflow2018 #kilaueavolcano #bigisland

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 03:16:03
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#LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 17 at 5:15 PM): The Hawaiʻi County Civil Defense Agency is now reporting 533 homes have been claimed by lava, which has covered 5,914 acres or more than 9 square miles along the lower East Rift Zone since the first fissure opened up on Mohala Street in #LeilaniEstates on May 3. This video taken by USGS today inside #LeilaniEstates captures lava at #fissure8 pulsing above the cinder cone adding fragments of lava (spatter) that builds the cone higher. From fissure 8, lava flows freely over small cascades (rapids) into a well-established channel. Near the vent, lava is traveling about 15 miles per hour, but it slows to about 1.5 miles per hour near the ocean entry at Kapoho. According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Fountains as high as 165 ft rise from the #Fissure8 spatter cone and continue to feed lava into the well-established channel that flows to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, minor amounts of lava briefly spill over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16/18 continue to ooze lava. Incandescence (visible in PGcam to the left of fissure 8 most nights) and mild spattering were observed from Fissure 6. The flow field is relatively stable with little change to its size and shape for the past few days. After this morning's explosive event, seismicity at Kīlauea's summit is slowly increasing. Inward slumping of the rim and walls of Halemaʻumaʻu continues in response to ongoing subsidence at the summit.” A Disaster Recovery Center (DRC), jointly operated by the state of Hawaiʻi and FEMA is now open at Keaʻau High School Gymnasium, 16-725 Keaʻau-Pāhoa Rd., Keaʻau, HI 96749 and will be open daily from 8 AM - 8 PM. People can register for assistance and also get their questions answered. Residents are asked to follow this schedule for FEMA registration: *Sunday: Vacationland, Kapoho, Green Farm Lots and Kapoho Beach Lots; *Monday: Community of Volcano. (Click the link in my bio for ALL the DRC details) @HawaiiNewsNow #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN #HawaiiNewsNow #WeAreYourSource (Video: USGS)

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 03:10:30
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I said, “Husband, you WILL model for me! Give me fierce!” And he delivered! Kidding! But I did asked Chad to do me a favor and wear our fundraiser shirt so I could show it off for all of you who are maybe thinking about it. Available NOW for preorder at MediumSmallWorkshop.com!

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 01:44:07
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@unplugthematrix - #Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 01:20:39
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Happy 2 year Anniversary to my awesome wife @thejordankate! You are the best! 💙Also, I’m pretty sure this crater in the back ground is much bigger now... #hawaii #kilaueavolcano 🌋

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 00:54:31
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Amazing! 😮😮😮

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-18 00:49:56
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PART 3 - Kilauea Volcano, Fissure 8 and lava flow, from just over one thousand feet in the air on the Big Island of Hawaii. The destructive force of Mother Nature in full display that has already destroyed 400+ homes. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #bigisland #hawaii #hawaiistagram #islandlife #wanderlust #traveladdict #jetsetter #bucketlist #beautifuldestinations #travel #skymileslife #delta #traveltips #nature #travelpassport #ilovetravel #huffgrampost #saltinmyhair #travellife #travelphotography #bestvacations #visualsoflife #nakedplanet #liveyourbestlife #instatravel #ourplanet #volcano

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 23:07:11
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Repost By unplugthematrix: #Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 22:13:13
#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 21:06:44
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Wow #Lava flowing from #KilaueaVolcano’s Fissure 8 in #Hawaii ,look at those 2 people so close 2 it ,why are they so close I know I wouldnt ,I know its Beautiful but its also Deadly !!!!

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 21:02:05
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Regrann from @unplugthematrix - #Repost @milekalincoln ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by @kenboyerphotography inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. Seismicity dropped abruptly after the explosive event but is expected to build up slowly over the next hours. Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow for the latest #HInews #HawaiiNews

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 20:54:28
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#LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 17 at 10:30 AM): New aerial video taken yesterday by the Hawaiʻi National Guard captures the full extent of the #Fissure8 fountain in #LeilaniEstates and the fast-moving lava flow it has produced, as it continues to pour into what was once #KapohoBay. According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Fountains from the Fissure 8 spatter cone continue to feed lava into the well-established channel that flows to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, minor amounts of lava briefly spill over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16/18 continue to ooze lava and incandescence and mild spattering were observed from Fissure 6/15 vicinity yesterday. The flow field is relatively stable with little change to its size and shape for the past few days. Seismicity at Kīlauea's summit gradually increased to about 30 earthquakes per hour overnight and a few events were felt in the Volcano area. At 06:26 AM HST, HVO instruments recorded energy release consistent with a subsurface explosion but the resulting gas plume, reported to be brief and nearly devoid of ash, was observed to 5,000 to 7,000 ft above sea level. Inward slumping of the rim and walls of Halemaʻumaʻu continues in response to ongoing subsidence at the summit.” Residents of Hawaiʻi County who suffered damage or losses from the recent Kīlauea volcanic eruption and earthquakes, can now register for disaster assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Disaster Recovery Center or DRC, is open daily from 8am to 8pm, and is located at the Keaau High School Gym. Shuttle buses will be running between the two shelters and the DRC from 7:30 am to 9 pm. The shuttles run every 20 minutes from the Keaau Armory, and every hour from the Pahoa Community Center shelter. DRC schedule: Sunday -Vacationland, Kapoho, Green Farm Lots and Kapoho Beach Lots; Monday - Volcano. (Click the link in my bio for ALL the DRC details) Stay tuned to @HawaiiNewsNow #HInews #HawaiiNews #HNN #HawaiiNewsNow #WeAreYourSource (Video taken yesterday by Hawaiʻi National Guard, Tech. Sgt. Andrew Jackson)

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:35:17
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#加工なし 旅行のメンバーでマウナケア山頂へ行けるのは私だけだったので、マウナケアにあるオニヅカ(標高2800m)まで星を見に行ってきました お天気も良く風もなく、最高のコンディション 満天の星空と天の川 (白っぽいのは雲ではなく天の川) 左下が赤いのはキラウエアの噴火🌋 ここから100キロくらい離れているようですが見えました ぼーっと星を眺めていると流れ星がスーッと見え、人工衛星もはっきりと見ることが出来ました サドルロードは前はレンタカーでは行けなかったのに、いつのまにか行けるようになってました でもハワイ島の友達に連れてってもらって、いろいろ教えてもらえてよかったです 息子と一緒に山頂まで行ける日が楽しみです☺︎ #bigisland #maunakea #onizukavisitorcenter #milkyway #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #volcano #hawaii #ハワイ #ハワイ島 #ビッグアイランド #マウナケア #オニヅカビジターセンター #キラウエア火山 #噴火 #星 #流れ星 #天の川 #満天の星空

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:31:53
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Kilauea vulcano 🌋 #kilauea #kilaueavolcano #kilaueaeruption #ugnikalnis

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:09:22
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Update from Ryan Finlay: Sunday Morning 8am HST June 17th Happy Fathers Day First of all I want to say happy fathers day to all you Dad’s out there, especially those who have been walking their kids through the loss of their home, possessions and even way of life. You are incredibly important, a rock during this enormous time of change. I hope you each have a special day with your kids and family today and thank you for all that you do. #Fissure8 is continuing unchanged with some minor overflows in the past 24 hours. The fountain at fissure 8 has been reaching heights of 175-200 feet, and the cone surrounding the fissure is now 170 feet high! Fissures 16,18, and now 15, which is by Pohoiki road have all seem some oozing and minor lava spattering. At the summit, we are continuing to see elevated seismicity that lead to larger earthquakes and minor ash explosions. Lava delta at the ocean entry is now more than 320 acres in size. I’m still in Kona this morning but will be back in Pahoa today. We are going to be back in the area for another 9 days. My main goal is to spend time with as many people as possible in the community, friends and helpers. That said, my updates are going to probably look a little different. Press on Puna and have a great night everyone! #leilaniestateseruption #kilaueavolcano #bigisland

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:08:40
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Woah the forces of nature continue to impress. Mind blown 🤯 #pele #patchamama #mothernature #Repost @clarklittle ・・・ 🌋🌋🌋🔥💨 ・・・ #LeilaniEstatesEruption #KilaueaVolcano UPDATE (June 15 at 7:45 PM): Any guesses on how quickly this river of lava is racing?! This is another unbelievable video taken about two hours ago by Ken Boyer inside #LeilaniEstates from Pōmaikaʻi Street of what #Fissure8 is producing. This footage hasn’t been altered in any way as you can tell by the voices in the background and the sound of coqui frogs. Experts are still trying to determine how quickly this flow is moving, but an assessment from USGS HVO geologists earlier this week indicates fissure 8 is producing A LOT of volume as it continues erupting with no sign of stopping or slowing. Scientists believe it’s pumping out about 100 cubic meters per second — which is the equivalent of about 26,000 U.S. gallons per second or enough to fill 12 commercial dump trucks per second!! According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: “Today, lava fountains from Fissure 8 reached heights between 100 and 130 ft with bursts up to 180 ft while the cinder and spatter cone that is building around the fissure is now about 170 ft at its highest point. Lava is flowing through the well-established channel from fissure 8 to the ocean at Kapoho. Occasionally, lava spills over the channel levees. The ocean entry remained fairly broad with laze blown onshore. Fissures 16 and 18 continue to ooze lava. The early afternoon overflight found the Fissure 8 vent, channel, and entry stable with a small amount of expansion at the southern boundary of the flow near the coast and south of Vacationland. Fissure 24 (southeast of Fissure 8) seemed to be steamier and emitting more fume. Fissure 9 (southeast of Fissure 24) appeared hotter and will be checked on the ground this afternoon. Between 6 am and noon, more than 180 earthquakes occurred in the Kīlauea summit area, 18 of which were stronger than magnitude-3.0. An explosive event occurred at noon today that produced an ash and gas plume to nearly 10,000 ft. 🎥@kenboyerphotography

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#kilaueavolcano Shared publicly - 2018-06-17 19:00:45
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💜🌋DATE CHANGED TO SATURDAY JUNE 23RD 💥 #twotwelve @luishuete 👊🏼 #Repost @jadeyhuete with @get_repost ・・・ Family & friends, for those of you who are unaware of what has been happening on the Big Island of Hawaii, there has a been a volcanic eruption that has consumed many homes and streets of the Kapoho area, leaving thousands of people homeless. The Kilauea volcano is pouring down the streets, spewing out of cracks of the road and has destroyed dozens of homes in its path. - We would like to ask our family and friends for help, as the natural disaster of the eruption has left our family devastated and without a home. - Our Auntie Zita and Uncle Greg have lived on Moku Street in Leilani Estates for 33 years. Our Uncle built their house with his own two hands where him and our Auntie made it a lovely home to raise our 4 beautiful cousins, Majila, Faye, Janet, Alohilani and many grandchildren. Our hearts are saddened for them because the eruption has forced them to evacuate their home. Not only that, but it has taken a toll on Unc’s business due to closures of major aggregate quarries from which he would haul and deliver materials to the many residents of east Hawai'i. - They have been working on starting all over again and rebuilding their lives. And we want to help them by getting our family and friends together for a team training charity event. We will be hosting the event at Renegade Training Company on Sunday, June 24th. Join us for a fun workout, snacks, good music and some raffle prizes! DM me if you would like to be apart of this! - Stay tuned for more details. 🖤🌋#kilaueavolcano #yyccharity #leilaniestateseruption #leilaniestates

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