Today under clear skies we found a rhythm of exploration – drive, slumber, escape, scramble, pause, repeat.   Our contrasting bursts of energy and lulls of stillness felt much like the geodynamics of lava tubes and waterfalls that make impressions with both their fast velocity and heavy weight.

Fjord waves leave their mark and smooth rough edges.

Return from the sea jelly pools.

The careful caravan of students into a dark lava tube that perhaps leads to the center of the earth…

Lumens made their narrow arc to guide our way.

Tall tales of trolls frozen in time for 8,000 years capture our imagination.

Future volcanologists?

Rising up from the shoreline to new heights.