Daredevil Lava Lovers

Dicing with death photographing the world’s most deadly volcanoes wouldn’t be everyone’s idea of a perfect day – but for one daredevil couple it’s their life. Donna and Steve O’Meara have been researching and photographing deadly volcanoes since they first met in 1986. One of the couple’s first dates saw them hovering in a helicopter witnessing an eruption of the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea in Hawaii.

Dicing with death photographing the world's most deadly volcanoes wouldn't be everyone's idea of a perfect day - but for one daredevil couple it's their life. Donna and Steve O'Meara have been researching and photographing deadly volcanoes since they first met in 1986. One of the couple's first dates saw them hovering in a helicopter witnessing an eruption of the world's most active volcano, Kilauea in Hawaii.

Dicing with death photographing the world's most deadly volcanoes wouldn't be everyone's idea of a perfect day - but for one daredevil couple it's their life. Donna and Steve O'Meara have been researching and photographing deadly volcanoes since they first met in 1986. One of the couple's first dates saw them hovering in a helicopter witnessing an eruption of the world's most active volcano, Kilauea in Hawaii.

Dicing with death photographing the world's most deadly volcanoes wouldn't be everyone's idea of a perfect day - but for one daredevil couple it's their life. Donna and Steve O'Meara have been researching and photographing deadly volcanoes since they first met in 1986. One of the couple's first dates saw them hovering in a helicopter witnessing an eruption of the world's most active volcano, Kilauea in Hawaii.

Dicing with death photographing the world's most deadly volcanoes wouldn't be everyone's idea of a perfect day - but for one daredevil couple it's their life. Donna and Steve O'Meara have been researching and photographing deadly volcanoes since they first met in 1986. One of the couple's first dates saw them hovering in a helicopter witnessing an eruption of the world's most active volcano, Kilauea in Hawaii.