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Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

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Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

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Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When it's flowing, the most unusual and wonderful sight you may see in your life! Red lava flowing into the ocean. When it's not flowing, there's still a lot to see!

La'ie Point Sea Arch

A stunning area you must see!

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La'ie Point Sea Arch

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