Video by Mick Kalber
Kilauea Volcano, HI (CNN) - This is something most people don't get to see: Lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano, on Hawaii's Big Island, entering the ocean.
You can't get too close because it's quite dangerous, as you can imagine.
Observers say the stream of lava was about three to five feet wide, pouring down the side of the cliff.
The United States Geological Survey reports seismic tremor levels were low, and gas emissions were elevated in the area.