The Perils and Awe of Photographing an Erupting Volcano for the First Time


This post is by Allen Murabayashi from PhotoShelter Blog


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Longtime USA Today staff photographer Robert Hanashiro has photographed a lot of things during his illustrious career, but standing within an arm’s reach of a lava flow on Hawai’i Island was atypical even for him. Hanashiro spent a few days covering the dramatic events unfolding in Leilani Estates, 40 minutes south of Hilo. I caught…

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