All is not what it seems. This is actually Spouting Horn off the coast of Western Kauai, near Poipu Beach.Spouting Horn was called puhi, or "blowhole" by early Hawaiians. Legends tell of a huge mòo, or lizard, caught in this puhi, which was formed when waves eroded softer, underlying rock and wore through the harder top rock. Water rushing into the hold is forced through the narrow opening and shoots skyward.I provided light painting so as to make this water spout look like a volcanic eruption. How did I do? Did you think fire or water when you saw this shot?