Kilauea Volcano, exhibiting very little drama these days, is mostly smoking. Lava continued to burn through forested lands near Puu Oo Saturday, while Halemaumau Crater generated its own smoky pillar from its lava lake, shown here Thursday. The lake is contained within the Overlook crater, set within the larger Halemaumau. The lava-lake levels fluctuate within a range of a yard or so, but are generally about 157 feet below the floor of Halemaumau. The vent has been mostly active since it opened with a blast on March 19, 2008.