One of the world's most active volcanoes is blowing its top again.
Kilauea in the American state of Hawaii has been erupting for more than 20 years and it's been spewing out lava over the past few days.
Scientists say the lava is forming red-hot ponds, which will turn into rock and form new land once they've cooled down.
People and wildlife aren't in danger from the eruption but a webcam has been set up to monitor what's going on.
The lava flows are affecting a mile-long area in the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve. Last month, lava broke through the surface at another part of the volcano site.
Experts think the two eruptions are not connected.
Kilauea has been erupting regularly since January 1983.