August 28, 2013

Aerial Views of Hawaii

Past Kona International Airport on the Big Island. These uniform strips are not part of the airport, but are the facilities of Cyanotech Corporation, which develops and commercializes natural products from microalgae.

Most likely a volcano on Maui Island.

Kahoʻolawe, the smallest of Hawaii's eight islands. It has no fresh water and the land is quite dry (as you can tell from the glowing burnt sienna color), so it has no permanent residents.

Closing on the densely populated Honolulu, with Diamond Head on the right end.

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