Looks like someone's having a good Monday. A smiley face was spotted in the crater of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano during an eruption.
A helicopter tour company captured video of the scene.
Since then, images of the "smiling" volcano have been lighting up social media.
BBC News had this to say:
Others had fun imagining why the volcano was smiling:
Another Twitter user used the image to send well wishes for the day:
The Kilauea volcano on the Big Island has been erupting for 33 years, according to the United States Geological Survey. It is one of the most active in the world... that be something to smile about.