Lava Meets Water In Extreme Pictures From Hawaii

Braving treacherous tides and molten lava flows with temperatures that can measure thousands of degrees Fahrenheit, the pair camp on active volcanoes, chase lava flows to the coast and swim up as close as they can get in order to capture these dramatic shots.  Kilauea, the source for the photos, is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. It’s located on Big Island within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a 320,000-acre preserve that is home to endangered, native Hawaiian birds. Two daredevil photographers, Nick Selway and C. J. Kale, taking these awesome photos is anything but a day at the beach.

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