Kilauea at Night
Last night after having a great dinner at the Kilauea Lodge, we ventured back to the Jaggar Museum along the crater rim for a chance to view the hot gasses coming out of the lava pool in the caldera. We managed to snap over a hundred pictures in the low light conditions and at least some of them came out pretty well. Many were 2.5 second exposures at ISO 3200.
We’re looking forward to some night lava viewing near the shoreline tonight. Should be fun!
About Jeremy Zawodny
I'm a software engineer and pilot. I work at craigslist by day, hacking on various bits of back-end software and data systems. As a pilot, I fly Glastar N97BM, Just AirCraft SuperSTOL N119AM, Bonanza N200TE, and high performance gliders in the northern California and Nevada area.
I'm also the original author of "High Performance MySQL" published by O'Reilly Media. I still speak at conferences and user groups on occasion.
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Nice … never seen live volcano / lava but hope to someday.
Awesome picture….Dave and I almost killed ourselves trying to see lava at night.
Glad you made it to Kilauea Lodge 🙂