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Fingers of pahoehoe enter the sea in the foreground, while another ocean entry rages on in the distance.
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A thin river of pahoehoe lava snakes its way to the sea at the Ki ocean entry in Kalapana, island of Hawai‘i. Compositionally, I hate this image, but I’ll take what I can get while standing on extremely rocky ground, no pun intended. 🙂
Shooting lava is an incredible experience… It’s a privilege to be able to witness destruction and creation meld into one dynamic force… Words fall short, but photos capture a bit of its mystical essence. Friend and business partner, Tom Kualii, and I, specialize in lava tours and workshops for the discerning photographer. Clients include some of the top photographers and business executives from across the globe. Prices, availability, and references are available upon request.
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