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PhotonBlog: Volcanoes National Park

Hello everyone!

When someone says Hawai’i, usually I tend to picture long beaches and of course Mauna Kea (being an astronomer and all). However, one place I visited that took my breath away was the Volcanoes National Park. We drove around the park the whole day, and it’s amazing how quickly the landscape changes. Hope you enjoy the pictures!

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The Sulphur Banks.

Steam Vents.

Steam Vents.

Entrance to the Thurston Lava Tube.

Entrance to the Thurston Lava Tube.

Take a hike.. no really...

Take a hike.. no really…

Some gorgeous lava flows.

Some gorgeous lava flows.

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Can you tell I loved the rugged landscapes?

Can you tell I loved the rugged landscapes?

Just by looking you could tell where the lava flowed, all the way to the ocean.

Just by looking you could tell where the lava flowed, all the way to the ocean.

Petroglyphs.

Petroglyphs.

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The Holei Sea Arch.

The Holei Sea Arch.

Lava glow from the Halema‘uma‘u  crater.

Lava glow from the Halema‘uma‘u crater.

Have you been to the Volcanoes National Park?

Until next time, Love, Me 🙂

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