[Answer] lava flow

Answer: area covered by lava as it pours out of a volcanos vent
lava flow
Lava flows are streams of molten rock that pour or ooze from an erupting vent. Lava is erupted during either nonexplosive activity or explosive lava fountains.
A’a lava flows have a very rough rubbly surface because of their high eruption rates. As the upper surface of the lava cools and becomes rock it is continually ripped apart by the moving molten lava inside the flow. Pieces of the rocky surface are broken rolled and tumbled along as the lava flow moves. When finally cooled to a solid a’a lava flows look like a jagged heap of loose rock that is very difficult to walk over without stumbling and getting cut.
More Lava Flow images
The lava flow is a colorful frozen cocktail that’s a favorite in Hawaiian bars and emulates the look of real-life volcanos. This tropical drink is made with rum strawberries pineapple and coconut cream. It’s poured as two distinct layers of color and flavor that flow and combine as you drink.
Step 1. Place strawberries light rum and dark rum into a blender. Puree until smooth and pour into a tall glass. Rinse out blender then puree banana pineapple juice and cream of coconut until smooth. Slowly pour the banana mixture into the strawberry mixture and …

Leave a Reply