Left: Flowing Waterfall Over Crystalized Magma Under the Winters Full Moon, Japan, 2013. Magma can become crystalized into geometric patterns when cooled down slowly in the earth. The winter full moon lights up the waterfall against the wall of columnar rock formations. Right: Red-Hot Cinders Erupting Skyward in the Midst of a Volcanic Lighing, Sakurajima, Japan, 2013. With the eruption, red-hot cinders are shot up skyward out of the crater and burn in reds and oranges. In the midst of these, blue bolts of volcanic lightning flash.
Last one, I promise. By Takehito Miyatake.