London: Adventurer Alison Teal, 30, was recently photographed surfing around an erupting, lava-spewing volcano in Hawaii.
Teal, known as the 'female Indiana Jones', was photographed by underwater photographer Perrin James, who captured her extreme surf session in Hawaii during the Kilauea Volcano's first eruption since 2011.
The stunning photographs and a video of Teal's 'humbling and breathtaking' experience shows her hot-surfing around a lava erupting volcano.
Teal, who travels around the world seeking out life-changing challenges, has now become the first person ever to ride around an active volcano - using her pink surfboard.
In a Facebook post on August 4, Teal wrote about her incredible feat in detail.
"With the guidance, support, and prayer of the elders, and following cultural protocol, I paddled within feet of hot lava rivers pouring into the ocean. It was humbling and breathtaking. The rawness, the heat, the crackling and hissing sounds, the reality check that we live on a planet that is alive," she said on Facebook.
Watch Teal in action in the video below.