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Background imageLava Collection: Pandemonium, 1841 (oil on canvas)

Pandemonium, 1841 (oil on canvas)
XOS828634 Pandemonium, 1841 (oil on canvas) by Martin, John (1789-1854); Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Pandemonium is the capital of Hell in the epic poem Paradise Lost by the 17th century)

Background imageLava Collection: Cross Section of the Volcano, Mount Etna

Cross Section of the Volcano, Mount Etna
Cross-section of the Mount Etna volcano in Sicily, Italy, in 1910. This image shows the eruption of lava, which was taking place that year, heading towards the town of Nicolosi

Background imageLava Collection: Volcano Kimanura Nyamulagira Virungas, Zaire, Africa

Volcano Kimanura Nyamulagira Virungas, Zaire, Africa
AW-4153 VOLCANO ERUPTION Kimanura - Nyamulgira Virungas, Democratic Repubulic of Congo (formerly Zaire) Adrian Warren Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageLava Collection: Mauna Loa Volcano - Hawaiian Islands, USA

Mauna Loa Volcano - Hawaiian Islands, USA Date: circa 1930s

Background imageLava Collection: Volcanic eruption, Eyjafjallajokull, near the Myrdalsjokull glacier, South Iceland, april 2010

Volcanic eruption, Eyjafjallajokull, near the Myrdalsjokull glacier, South Iceland, april 2010

Background imageLava Collection: Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, 1817 (w / c on paper)

Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, 1817 (w / c on paper)
XYC144698 Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, 1817 (w/c on paper) by Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851); 28.6x39.7 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; English

Background imageLava Collection: Galileo Images the Moon

Galileo Images the Moon
This view of the Moons north pole is a mosaic assembled from 18 images taken by Galileos imaging system through a green filter as the spacecraft flew by on December 7, 1992

Background imageLava Collection: Spacecraft on the Moon, lunar map

Spacecraft on the Moon, lunar map
Spacecraft on the Moon. Map showing coloured markers for 34 spacecraft that impacted or landed on the Moon from the 1960s onwards

Background imageLava Collection: Lava flows during eruption of Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy, Europe

Lava flows during eruption of Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy, Europe

Background imageLava Collection: WA, Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, Mt. St. Helens, crater and lava dome

WA, Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, Mt. St. Helens, crater and lava dome, view from the Johnston Ridge Visitor Center, steam venting from the crater lava dome

Background imageLava Collection: Windmill in lava vineyards with Faial in distance, Pico, Azores, Portugal, Europe

Windmill in lava vineyards with Faial in distance, Pico, Azores, Portugal, Europe

Background imageLava Collection: Landscape of lava covered in moss, South Iceland, Polar Regions

Landscape of lava covered in moss, South Iceland, Polar Regions

Background imageLava Collection: Crashing waves meet the lava fields, El Golfo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Crashing waves meet the lava fields, El Golfo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, Atlantic, Europe

Background imageLava Collection: Tolbachik Volcano erupting with lava flowing down the mountain side. Kamchatka, Russia

Tolbachik Volcano erupting with lava flowing down the mountain side. Kamchatka, Russia. November 29th 2013. Winner of the Wildscapes category

Background imageLava Collection: Waianapanapa Sunrise

Waianapanapa Sunrise
The Road to Hana is an amazing and probably Mauis most popular drive. One of the must stops on the way is the black sand beach. The water is cold, treacherous and shark infested

Background imageLava Collection: USA. Ohia Lehua tree on the Big Island of Hawaii. These trees are early colonizers

USA. Ohia Lehua tree on the Big Island of Hawaii. These trees are early colonizers of the new Pahoehoe lava fields in Volcanoes NP

Background imageLava Collection: africa, Cape Verde, Fogo. The houses of the village in Cha das Caldeiras

africa, Cape Verde, Fogo. The houses of the village in Cha das Caldeiras

Background imageLava Collection: Hideaways Beach, Princeville, Island of Kauai, Hawaii USA

Hideaways Beach, Princeville, Island of Kauai, Hawaii USA

Background imageLava Collection: Stand of Monkey Puzzle trees (Araucaria araucana) on lava flows Conguillo National Park

Stand of Monkey Puzzle trees (Araucaria araucana) on lava flows Conguillo National Park
Stand of Monkey Puzzle trees (Araucaria araucana) on lava flows. Conguillo National Park, Region La Araucania, Chile

Background imageLava Collection: Surf crashing on rocks at Secret Beach (Kauapea Beach), Kilauea Lighthouse visible

Surf crashing on rocks at Secret Beach (Kauapea Beach), Kilauea Lighthouse visible, Kauai, Hawaii

Background imageLava Collection: Vast expanse of volcanic lava - Lanzarote experienced three eruptions in 1730

Vast expanse of volcanic lava - Lanzarote experienced three eruptions in 1730
DAD-2064 Vast expanse of volcanic lava - Lanzarote experienced three eruptions in 1730, 1736 and 1824 and there is much evidence of it especially on the west side The area is almost completely

Background imageLava Collection: Fagradalsfjall volcano eruption. Geldingaldalir, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland

Fagradalsfjall volcano eruption. Geldingaldalir, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland

Background imageLava Collection: Lava lake Nyiragongo with glowing lava - Congo, Democratic Republic, North Kivu

Lava lake Nyiragongo with glowing lava - Congo, Democratic Republic, North Kivu, Virunga Mountains, Nyiragongo, crater edge - Great Rift Valley, Albertine Rift, Virunga National Park

Background imageLava Collection: Eruption on Stromboli Volcano, Aeolian Island. Italy, May 2009

Eruption on Stromboli Volcano, Aeolian Island. Italy, May 2009

Background imageLava Collection: Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote, Spain

Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote, Spain
The road from the Timanfaya National Park on Lanzarote going back towards Yaiza

Background imageLava Collection: Lava lake at night in the crater of Nyiragongo Volcano, Virunga National Park, North Kivu Province

Lava lake at night in the crater of Nyiragongo Volcano, Virunga National Park, North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of Congo

Background imageLava Collection: Mt. Lassen rises above Mazanita Lake in Mt. Lassen National Park, California

Mt. Lassen rises above Mazanita Lake in Mt. Lassen National Park, California
Mt. Lassen rises above Manzanita Lake in Mt. Lassen National Park, California

Background imageLava Collection: Lava Eruptions, cross-section, elevated view

Lava Eruptions, cross-section, elevated view

Background imageLava Collection: Mount Etna erupting, 2012 C016 / 4639

Mount Etna erupting, 2012 C016 / 4639
Mount Etna erupting, 2012. Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy. Photographed on 27th April 2012

Background imageLava Collection: Stromboli double eruption

Stromboli double eruption. Two craters of the volcano Stromboli erupting at night, throwing out pyroclastic material in the form of lava (molten rock)

Background imageLava Collection: Italy, Sicily, Mount Etna, activity of the explosive vent on the North side of the

Italy, Sicily, Mount Etna, activity of the explosive vent on the North side of the Montagnola

Background imageLava Collection: Crater, Haleakala, Maui, Hawaii, USA

Crater, Haleakala, Maui, Hawaii, USA

Background imageLava Collection: USA, Hawaii, Big Island, Volcanoes National Park, Halema uma u Crater

USA, Hawaii, Big Island, Volcanoes National Park, Halema uma u Crater

Background imageLava Collection: Kilauea Volcano, National Park, Hawaii, USA

Kilauea Volcano, National Park, Hawaii, USA. Date: 1935

Background imageLava Collection: ICELAND, 1862. The Tintron rock in Iceland. Drawing by Bayard Taylor, 1862

ICELAND, 1862. The Tintron rock in Iceland. Drawing by Bayard Taylor, 1862

Background imageLava Collection: Kilauea volcano, Big Island, Hawaii, United States

Kilauea volcano, Big Island, Hawaii, United States

Background imageLava Collection: Jupiters moon Io, artwork

Jupiters moon Io, artwork
Jupiters moon Io. Computer artwork showing a volcanic eruption on the surface of Io, one of Jupiters moons

Background imageLava Collection: Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity

Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity. on the east side of the Sierra Nevada
ROG-11943 Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity. on the east side of the Sierra Nevada, California

Background imageLava Collection: Halslon Reservoir, ash and gas cloud of the Holuhraun fissure eruption

Halslon Reservoir, ash and gas cloud of the Holuhraun fissure eruption, near the volcano Baroarbunga, highlands, Northeast Iceland, Iceland

Background imageLava Collection: Basalt bomb

Basalt bomb
Geological specimen collected by Scotts British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, also known as the Terra Nova expedition. It had a broad scientific programme and collected thousands of geological

Background imageLava Collection: Lava lake, Africa

Lava lake, Africa
Lava lake. Molten lava inside a volcanic vent on the floor of a cinder cone. This is Erta Ale, a volcano in the Afar depression of Ethiopia

Background imageLava Collection: USA. Molten lava flows into the ocean at sunrise in Volcanoes NP on the Big Island of Hawaii

USA. Molten lava flows into the ocean at sunrise in Volcanoes NP on the Big Island of Hawaii

Background imageLava Collection: American Indians. The Modoc War in America. Lake Tule, with

American Indians. The Modoc War in America. Lake Tule, with
The American army fought the Modoc Indians at the Lava Beds, California, after the Modoc had killed General Canby and the Rev Dr Thomas at a conference of Modoc chiefs and US Peace Commissioners

Background imageLava Collection: Volcano - Kilauea. Hawaii - USA

Volcano - Kilauea. Hawaii - USA
FG-4549 Volcano Kilalier Hawaii, U.S.A. Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageLava Collection: USA, Hawaii, Scenic view of Kahena Coastline; Big Island

USA, Hawaii, Scenic view of Kahena Coastline; Big Island

Background imageLava Collection: Volcan Masaya, Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya, Meseta Central, Nicaragua

Volcan Masaya, Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya, Meseta Central, Nicaragua

Background imageLava Collection: Volcan Masaya, Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya, Meseta Central, Nicaragua

Volcan Masaya, Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya, Meseta Central, Nicaragua

Background imageLava Collection: The Morning Light

The Morning Light
Irene Wu



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Lava: The Fiery Force of Nature Unleashed From the majestic Mauna Loa Volcano in the Hawaiian Islands to the historic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 1817 captured on paper, it has fascinated and captivated us throughout history. Cross sections of volcanoes like Mount Etna reveal the intricate inner workings of these powerful giants. In Zaire, Africa, the Kimanura Nyamulagira Virungas volcano showcases nature's raw power as it spews molten rock into the sky. Pandemonium erupts in a mesmerizing oil painting from 1841, depicting an explosive volcanic event that evokes both awe and fear. The infamous Eyjafjallajokull eruption near Iceland's Myrdalsjokull glacier reminds us of how volcanic activity can disrupt air travel and impact our modern world. Galileo's images of the Moon show us that even celestial bodies are not immune to volcanic phenomena. Closer to home, Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument stands as a testament to past destruction and ongoing geological processes. Spacecraft exploration reveals lunar landscapes dotted with lava flows while showcasing detailed lunar maps. Italy's Mount Etna provides a stunning backdrop for vineyards nestled amidst its fiery terrain, where windmills stand defiantly against nature's wrath. And in South Iceland's polar regions, moss-covered lava creates an otherworldly landscape that is both hauntingly beautiful and eerily serene. Lava represents Mother Earth at her most fierce and creative; it shapes landscapes, fuels life cycles, and leaves behind breathtaking remnants for us to marvel at. As we continue to explore its mysteries across continents and beyond our planet’s boundaries, let us remember that beneath its destructive force lies an undeniable beauty.