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The ice will melt, because the lava is hot. The lava on the other hand, may turn black, then some is red then after some time, the lava begins to form big bubbles, actually black bubbles. When there is no lava combining into ice anymore, the bubbles may turn more black.

Shortly, a the ice turns into steam. Then, bubbles in the ice will be visible.