Kīlauea is an active shield volcano in the Big Island (Island of Hawaii). This was taken lastest activity at Kalapana area in October 2018.
Tūtū Pele was making the Big Island bigger. This was the only place lava met the Ocean in the Earth. Unfortunately (for the photographer) lava completely stopped in 2019.
In Hawaiian legend, Pele was fighting with her sister sea goddess Namaka.
You can choose from 3 different prints.
Photo Paper: Lustic, Premium finish on heavy paper it offers the vibrant of glossy with the fingerprint-resistant finish of matte. Print on Kodak supra endura paper.
Canvas print, 1.5" mirrored image (Ready to hang): We use high quality, pigmented archival inks and museum-quality, lightweight canvas for rich color and texture.
Mirrored Image is the most popular effect in canvas wrapping (particularly with photographs), where the last 1.5 inches of the image are "mirrored" in order to create a smooth appearance on all the sides of the canvas wrap. With this Mirrored Image effect, no portion of the image is lost on the front side of the canvas.
Metal Print (Ready to hang): We use only Chromaluxe aluminum, produced in the USA and tested to last longer than all other competing products currently on the market.
ChromaLuxe is the leading brand of print media, providing ultimate image clarity and vibrancy. Through dye-sublimation, images are infused into specially coated surfaces to provide the most durable, longest lasting print medium. The vibrancy and dimensionality of ChromaLuxe products rival any photographic product.
Processing time 3-5 business days.
The color of the print may vary slightly depending on your monitor settings.