This Gallery contains only a very small fraction (about 1%) of the photos I captured during the Livermore NW2, March 2014, Trial.
Because of the very large number of photos I capture during each trial day (about 2,000 photos per day), I can only publish all the photos from a given trial for a limited period of time. This is due to space constraints. So, all the photos from a given trial remain on my website for about 1 to 2 months after a trial is complete and are then deleted.
I then compile one gallery which contains my personal favorite photos from the trail, and that gallery remains on my site indefinitely. So, that is what you see here.
River Of Fire
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I like this photo because it shows the scale of the lava relative to the land. You can also see how far inland the lava remains liquid near the surface, with just a thin veneer of hard crust on top. When I was visiting the island, I saw advertisements for lava hikes and I also heard some locals commenting on how every year (just about) there are reported injuries and even deaths caused by hikers getting too close and falling through the crust or being overwhelmed by the fumes. Very scary. In this photo, I think you can get a feel for why. Posted 6 September 2010. Photo was taken August 23, 2010. You can see a collection of all my Hawaii photos by going to http://www.colleenmgriffith.com/Galleries/Travel-Destinations/Hawaii
From Hawaii Photos