Mauna Kea pu’us and shadows

This week’s Friendly Friday challenge theme is ‘Shadows.’ See more responses here.

This view was taken near the summit of Mauna Kea. Pu’us – little volcanic cinder cones – dot the landscape here, giving the area an otherworldly look. As the sun sets, the pu’us cast shadows on one another accentuating the slopes and craters.

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