Kimpslife Gallery

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"Pressure ridges and lava rocks are found in the general vicinity of an eruption. Eruptions are gases under an immense pressure that shoot out the top for about 12 miles (20 km) upward. After the gases escape the magma viciously spills over the top of the opening and beings to flow forming pressure ridges like these. The white at the bottom is pumice which is created when very gaseous/foamy lava quickly cools."