This is the great Hualailai Volcano as seen from Waimea, Kona (The Big Island). This volcano has been active up to a few hundred years ago and shadows Kailua-Kona, the population center and hub of tourism on the Big Island of Hawaii. She will rumble again and flood her slopes with lava. One, two or three hundred years? Who knows. But it will happen. Along with Mauna Kea and Mauna Koa she is one of the five large volcanoes on KOna that will threaten all who live there again and again.
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