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Kīpuka- Sticker

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An island overrun: A kīpuka is an island of forest surrounded by lava, saved from the volcano deity Pele's embrace-for the time being. But yesterday's kīpuka may become tomorrow's lava field. Here, the cinder cone Puʻu ʻŌʻō on the Kīlauea erupts a fountain that feeds the river of lava in the foreground.

Removable leaves no residue

Durable all surfaces

Impact Photographics

Dimensions: 3"x 5"1/2