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End of the road

While on the Big Island, I had my first helicopter ride, to check out areas where fresh lava is still flowing. Later, my friends and I visited Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, where you can actually walk on recently hardened lava and see a road that has been buried under lava.

It is quite literally an apocalyptic landscape, where nearly all traces of human civilization were wiped out in days, inspiring me to take the following shots.

The Apocalypse:

The Apocalypse

"The Road":

"The Road"

You can see the rest of the national park set here.

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LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

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