An up-to-date list of volcano-related Featured pictures can be found at this project page. Feel free to add Featured pictures to the layout. New pictures should go on the next available subpage. Other pictures that you feel are high quality and relevant can be nominated below.
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Wildfire on the island of Hawaiʻi caused by pāhoehoe lava flowing on the coastal plain of Kīlauea. The new lava is moving across the old surface, which is covered with a roughly 1-inch (2.54 cm)-thick layer of moss. The burning moss generates the smoke visible in the image. This kind of fire cannot be easily prevented or suppressed.
An arching fountain of pāhoehoe lava, approximately 10 m (33 ft) high, issuing from a spatter cone of Pu‘u Kahaualea, Hawaii. Pāhoehoe is basaltic lava that has a smooth, billowy, undulating, or ropy surface. These surface features are due to the movement of very fluid lava under a congealing surface crust. Pāhoehoe lavas typically have a temperature of 1100°C–1200°C.
Vatnajökull is the largest glacier in Iceland, is located in the southeast and covers more than 8% of the country. The lakes on the glacier known as Grímsvötn, pictured here, are caused by volcanic eruptions which melt enough ice to fill the Grímsvötn caldera with water.
Summit of the Chachani, the highest of the three volcanoes above Arequipa, Peru. The path to reach the summit can be clearly seen. Despite the altitude, the mountain is entirely free of snow, mainly due to the dry climate in the area.