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  1. Sage Birchwater says: Reply

    Truly inspiring Chris…thanks for sharing

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Sage. Great to hear from you. Hoping all is well. Chris

  2. Rosemary Neads says: Reply

    It’s wonderful to see such evocative images of the lava flows–and your moody horizon shots. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Chris Harris says: Reply

      Thanks Rosemary. The trip was so much fun and rewarding. Chris

  3. Lawrence Ogden says: Reply

    Urges One to before a ‘storm Hunter, for the sake of an eruptive shot!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Lawrence!

  4. Adbhuta Ananda says: Reply

    Wow Chris! I was among those lava flows 30 years ago. Hawaii is a magical land holding so much energy from ages and ages ago while she is still creating from her deep, hot, heart core.
    I want to go back to Hawaii, the dolphins are calling me!!

  5. Chris Harris says: Reply

    Thanks Adbhuta. I bet you loved it there! Very powerful. Chris

  6. Michelle says: Reply

    Wow! Does this bring back memories of ’91. We walked among the old lava flows and I remember I took a photo of a little red car that was parked along the road. It stood out amongst acres of black lava. To see the vegetation growing back was also amazing!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Great…I’m glad it brought back so many good memories! Chris

  7. Karen Wrinkle says: Reply

    Beautiful and stunning. Evidence of majesty!!!!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Majestic it was; I just humbly tried to captured that majesty! Glad you enjoyed my attempt!! Chris

  8. Joan Loeken says: Reply

    Light below and above the horizon IV brings tears to my eyes. Walking into the light above the horizon is what I would hope happens with death. Thank you for creating and sharing images that provoke so much meaning beyond the ordinary.

  9. chris says: Reply

    Thank you Joan for sharing your wonderful interpretation. With those thoughts, I see the very entrance to heaven in those clouds! Chris

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