Last Wednesday, Kīlauea became active again and started to fill the Halemaʻumaʻu crater with a fresh lake of lava. Thursday evening after work, we drove over to see what was visible from the north rim of the caldera. It was windy and raining, but the glowing lava lake lit everything in an interesting red light. Every few minutes, you could see a momentary glimpse of lava as a fountain sprayed into view above the rim of the crater. It was a pretty interesting scene.