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"Boiling Pots" near Hilo, Hawaii
Lens: PENTAX DA 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL Weather Resistant Camera: K50 Photo Location: Hilo, Hawaii 
Posted By: gildedfool, 11-03-2014, 06:37 PM

Sometimes sneaking past the barricades is the best way to go.

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11-03-2014, 06:50 PM   #2
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WOW! Fantastic view from all shots. I'm wondering what type of setting up you had to do to get these photos....must have been fun! Would love to see more of your work!
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Very interesting water formations, and well-captured. Not the kind of images I think of when I hear "Hawaii", but good photos of pristine nature!
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The rocks look sharp, would be nice swimming if you did not loose to much skin. Number 1 is standout.

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WOW! Fantastic view from all shots. I'm wondering what type of setting up you had to do to get these photos....must have been fun! Would love to see more of your work!
Thanks for your kind words. Not much setting up required, really. The hardest thing about getting these shots was getting to the location. I had to skirt some barricades (illegal and not recommend ��) and then I climbed/stumbled my way over the basalt formations. The shot with the pool of still water in the foreground was an accident.

I wasn't planning on climbing down into that particular hole, but my sunglasses fell into it and darn it I like those sunglasses so I had to go in after them!
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Great shots, this place looks great
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Great shots, this place looks great
Thanks, it's a great place for a hike!
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Nice capture.
Stunning mirror effect!

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