Kilauea’s lava normally flows south into the sea, where it creates new land, but a quirk of geology sometimes forces it inland instead. That has happened several times during the current eruption, including a lava flow that destroyed the village of Kalapana in 1990. It began happening again in June 2014, spurring a slow-motion crisis that has burned swaths of forest and threatened homes for miles. Page caught amazing video of this flow scorching ferns and toppling trees as it crept through a rainforest, illustrating the risk, beauty and inevitability of lava in the land of Pele.
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