Hawaii - Big Island
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The Big Island of Hawaii has much more land area than all the other Hawaiian Islands combined. It is a land of extremes, from the almost 14,000 foot high peaks of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, to volcanos and lava entering the sea in a near-constant eruption. There is plenty of geologic
diversity to keep a photographer busy for many years or an entire lifetime.