The National Parks Traveler has just published my most recent photography article, and it’s a little different from my norm. Click on this link to check it out.
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Among the most famous of island paradises, the Hawaiian Islands have a long, and in many respects, a tragic history. Peopled by seafarers from Polynesia, the unique flora and fauna that had developed over millions of years began to degrade with their arrival and the introduction of non-native species. 15 more words
As work begins on an emergency access route between Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kalapana on the Big Island, a half-mile section of paved road covered by lava in 2003 will close. 277 more words