Kilauea – translated from Hawaiian means “spewing”, is considered one of the most active of active volcanoes for more than 40 years. It is located on an island in the archipelago of Hawaii and the diameter of the crater is the largest in the world about 4.5 miles. In the phase of intense activity of the volcano has entered March 6, 2011.
Briton Miles Morgan specializes in photographing volcanoes. This is a desperate photographer who came as close as possible to the crater, while not using any protective gear…Have a look..
1. Photographer of volcanoes Miles Morgan came as close as possible to the crater without any protective equipment. With the timer on the camera, he photographed himself on the edge of Kilauea volcano on the Big Island in the archipelago of Hawaii.
2. “In short, it was terribly hot,” – said by Miles. “I arrived at the volcano, when the first rays of dawn appeared on the horizon, I set the timer on the camera and walked to the edge of a volcano, felt the intense heat, burning face. Of toxic gases, I gasped, my eyes were watering, and the heat melted soles. Very scary, but it makes you feel alive, not sure what was once before I had a similar feeling. ”
3. Kilauea Volcano 1249 meters altitude is the youngest volcano in Hawaii, and constantly erupting from the 1960s. Lava Flows overcome almost 10 miles before it reaches the ocean. The photo captures the moment of meeting Miles fire and water.
4. Miles said: “When you stand at 200 meters from the ocean, then’re pretty much in danger. The surface on which you stand, it’s just a very unstable The cooled lava, which is eroded by sand beach. Most pieces of lava break off and fall into the ocean, and the sizes are measured in hundreds of meters. ” Familiar photographer Bruce Omori is surrounded by a rainbow over the volcano Kilauea.