All Blog Posts Tagged 'Hawaii' (4)

Colorblind Photographer Captures Magical Lava Flows



Photographer Sean King captures the beautiful glow of lava-flowing volcanoes against the starry night sky in Hawaii. Despite being colorblind and facing temperatures of up to 2,000°F, the determined and dedicated photographer manages to produce awe-inspiring images that boast the fiery radiance of molten rock gushing and streaming down the natural landscape.

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Added by Pinar on March 19, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments

Hot Lava Explodes Against a Cool Hawaiian Shore



Born and raised in Hawaii, photographer Tom Kualii has always loved creativity and expressing what he sees through art. However, it wasn't until he was deployed to Iraq that he began to discover his fascination with the world of photography. During his time there, he captured the atmosphere of beauty set within a world of chaotic war and thus began his love for the camera.

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Added by katie hosmer on December 11, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

BREAKING!: Hawaii Sees Biggest Waves in Five Years (6 photos)



Thousands of people are flocking to Hawaii's beaches to see monster waves crash ashore. Some of the world's most daring surfers took on the powerful and dangerous waves, which forecasters say could reach heights of 50 feet (15 meters) by tomorrow.



Hawaii hasn't seen such large waves since 2004 or 1998, said Robert Ballard, a forecaster for the National…

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Added by Eugene on December 8, 2009 at 10:00am — 8 Comments

MET MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Photographer Sarah Lee: Hawaii

I love the energy Sarah Lee of Hawaii is able to capture in her photos. Her subjects seem like they're about to jump off the screen and come alive. Crisp colors only enhance the action in her scenes. Everyone, please help me in welcoming our newest MET member, Sarah Lee! Welcome! Love your work!…

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Added by Eugene on December 1, 2008 at 2:08pm — 6 Comments

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