The Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii is the world's most active volcano and its lava has been on the move for nearly two months now.
Despite its slow flow, the lava has threatened - and made good on those threats - for at least one home in the area, and more are in danger in its path.
But amid the destruction, there have been some incredible images captured by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. Also known as HVO, the site hosts webcams that take stills of the volcano and its lava path that anyone can look at.
There are 12 different cameras in different locations surrounding the volcano taking photos and are updates every few hours. There are also thermal imaging cameras to give a different spin on things.
Here are some examples:
Want to see more? Click here to visit the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.