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Devils Bath
Devils Bath
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > New Zealand > Devils Bath

Bubble Bursting
Because the mud is thick, it wasn't hard to guess the bubbles and the pops. The short shutter time on the D2X made this an easy shot.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > New Zealand > Bubble Bursting

Buried Torii
The concrete pillars and long since broken plastic chains really detracted from this sight. It doesn't help that it's sandwiched between a school and some other building and really is blocking a useful path.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Sakurajima > Buried Torii

View Of Volcano
It was unfortunately a fairly hazy day so you can't see good detail in the volcano.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Sakurajima > View Of Volcano

Selling Sulfur And Film
There was a road side pull out just before we got to the volcano center (read shopping center). I liked the vivid color of the sulfur - apparently from Aso Volcano.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Aso Volcano to Oguni Village > Selling Sulfur And Film

Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku
Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but I found the more natural (and less steamy) rust coloured pool more attractive.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku

Steaming Rock at Umi Jigoku
Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but there also is a rust colored pool on the site.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Steaming Rock at Umi Jigoku

Blue Pool of Hell
Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but the grounds and surround gates are also worth visiting. The pool was hard to photograph - there is so much steam, the pool and the color is often obscured.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Blue Pool of Hell

Cinder Cones On Mauna Kea

From what I understand, these cones are pushed up during eruptions, but lava may not flow out of them.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Telescopes on Mauna Kea > Cinder Cones On Mauna Kea

Walking in Kilauea Iki Crater

It was a little moist (blowing mist), but a lot of fun.

People: Michael

John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Walking in Kilauea Iki Crater

Steam Vents in Kilauea Iki Crater

The vents emit hot air with moisture. On this moist day it looks
like steam, but the air is just warm to the touch.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Steam Vents in Kilauea Iki Crater

Pressure Ridge in Kilauea Iki Crater

The surface of Kilauea Iki Crater has been pushed up places
and some of the cracks emit warm air or moisture.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Pressure Ridge in Kilauea Iki Crater

Entering the Kilauea Iki Crater

In November 1959, this would have been a boiling lake of lava.  In 1988 they found the lava
had retreated to 300 feet below the surface.  I have never entered such a strange landscape.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Entering the Kilauea Iki Crater

Walking Devastation Trail

A lava flow in 1959 ejected pumice cinders that covered a large region
down range from the Volcano.  This trail is built on top of the pumice and
shows how life is reclaiming the area.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Walking Devastation Trail

Tufts of Grass in the Area of Devastation

The grass is starting to colonize the pumice field.  Once grasses have moved
in, leafy plants start to take over.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Tufts of Grass in the Area of Devastation

Tree Hole and Wood

The ejected pumice was still hot and burned the trees it came into contact with.
The trees died and left holes in the pumice. The wood is now mostly gone, and many
of the holes have filled in with loose material.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Tree Hole and Wood

Trail into Thurston Lava Tube

The lava tube was found in 1913 by Lorrin Thurston.


John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > The Big Island of Hawaii > Volcano National Park > Trail into Thurston Lava Tube

Sulfur Works
Sulfur Works
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Grand Canyon Road Trip > Day 3 of Grand Canyon Trip > Sulfur Works

Mark at Geyser

Mark is in Lassen Park looking at the largest plume.

People: Mark

John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Grand Canyon Road Trip > Day 3 of Grand Canyon Trip > Mark at Geyser