In January, a 22-acre section of a lava delta in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park broke apart and sank into the ocean causing the closing of a viewing area. Now, from the new viewing area, visitors can witness a “fire hose” of lava streaming into the ocean. The molten rock sends huge clouds of steam and gas into the air as it hits the Pacific. It’s a sight you’ll never forget. Photos by National Park Service. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 1/13/17.