It's not an uncommon sight on Hawaii's Big Island, but it's awesome every time it happens. Over the weekend, lava from Kilauea — which has been erupting constantly for nearly 30 years — found its way down to the ocean. It had to travel 7 miles over rocky terrain to get there, and here you can see the spectacular results in these photographs from Reuters' Hugh Gentry.


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