I added several new images to my Volcano Fine Art Gallery on my website.
The images are from the three previous lava hikes. More from the Lunar eclipse will be added once I test print them. They are all composed so you’re seeing what I saw. No typical zoomed in shots. These are better appreciated in larger sizes to allow the stars and planets to be seen. Image #393.
Additional images from sunrise that morning with lava streaming over the old sea cliff and small lava spigots entering the ocean below. Start with image #388. There several variations available until I narrow them down to a few choices.
Also, from my 12-05-11 lava hike this image. #386 showing the stark contrast between the large A’a lava flow front and the distant sunlit vegetation. The image is blurred by the intense heat. It was shot this way intentionally.
From my 12-01-11 hike to the 1270′ elevation. #384. It’s the morning twilight image with lava flowing through a small Kipuka of trees. The tree tops are showing motion from the strong northerly winds that day. The contrast of the lava and the glow on the trees with the deep blue twilight sky is beautiful on Kodak’s Professional Metallic Paper. Its even more stunning printed on Metal. Prints are or will soon be available at the local retailers here on the Big Island. Trudy’s Island Arts, Krazy About Kona, Kona Mountain Coffee and The Volcano Art Center.
Enjoy. As always your opinion is welcome. Either here on my blog or on my website directly at each image.
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