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Poster: Fire and Ice

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This image, which has not been altered, was taken with a telephoto lens on the East Rift Zone of Kīlauea volcano. “Fire and Ice” depicts the power of two Hawaiian deities: Pele, whose domain is our volcanoes, and Poliahu, deity of the snow. On the morning of February 19, 2005 this scene revealed itself. Mauna Kea (lit., “white mountain” referring to the sometimes snowcapped summit), is the tallest mountain in the Pacific Basin. It rises 13,796 feet above sea level and is 38 miles from Puʻu ʻŌʻo.

Photographer: Bryan Lowry

  • Product dimensions: 18 x 24 inches
  • Mailing tube not included 
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