Allison Coward -- most geodes that we find today are from old volcanic eruptions. As lava cooled air bubbles were trapped inside cresting empty pockets. over millions of years minerals filled those pockets created the beautiful crystal treasure that we find today.
Brad, 54, who has been photographing the Kilauea Volcano, the most active on earth, for over 20 years, said:"It's such stunningly beautiful, powerful force. Being near an eruption is an awesome experience.You are never quite the same after seeing flowing lava." Picture: G. Brad Lewis / Barcroft Media