In a previous story, we had flowers and plants in nature which were so freaky, that they resembled other things. Now here, we have another naturally occurring phenomenon in nature. But this time its some awesome images of the Blue Fire Crater, captured by Photographer Reuben Wu . The molten Lava, that flows from this is not the normal orange color.
Amazingly, the Lava, is blue, a striking Sapphire blue, which is extraordinarily rare.
It's a two-hour hike up the mountain, and then another 45 minutes down into the crater itself.
Inside the crater, sulfur can reach temperatures of over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.