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For Chris
On the island of Hawaii, there are very few lights. It reminded me of the Midwest, to be honest. And on the east coast of the island, there’s a lava flow that cuts through Highway 137. I didn’t get a close look at it, but because of the lava flow, there’re no lights for miles. You can see every single tiny star. I decided to take a 30-sec exposure shot and this is my favorite out of all of them. It also happens to be the only shot after Day 1 I liked enough to share.

For Chris

On the island of Hawaii, there are very few lights. It reminded me of the Midwest, to be honest. And on the east coast of the island, there’s a lava flow that cuts through Highway 137. I didn’t get a close look at it, but because of the lava flow, there’re no lights for miles. You can see every single tiny star. I decided to take a 30-sec exposure shot and this is my favorite out of all of them. It also happens to be the only shot after Day 1 I liked enough to share.

Source: Flickr / yi_jungho

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    Oh my goodness that is really beautiful! :) You just reminded me of how much I wanted to be able to visit the...
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