We love sharing interesting and exciting photography projects and this one is no short of being jaw-dropping. Jack Fusco and Macphun teamed up with the goal to capture the lava flow in Hawaii. "This was easily one of the most exciting and challenging projects I've ever worked on. We headed to the Big Island for just 3 nights with the goal of trying to capture the stars above the lava entering the ocean. With such a short window to capture what we traveled for it was pretty critical that we didn't miss a single opportunity." - Jack Fusco

The “Adventure” started when  Jack Fusco had an idea to capture a time-lapse of the night sky with the ocean lava entry in Hawaii. This was the first time in over 3 years that the lava flow was entering the ocean and it promised to be an epic trip. After checking the weather reports, moon phases and National Park Service website to verify the flow was still moving, they took the plunge and booked their tickets.

Check out the full story and the behind the scenes video on how the 61G Ocean Entry was captured.