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    SN,

    Thanks for posting your trip. A friend of mine was out there a while back and shared some pics and videos with me. Like yours, they are fantastic to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sswens View Post
    sweet a twofer great hike now to the diving video
    It was a great time above and below

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    I bet that water was nice and warm. It looks like that reef has a nasty case of bleaching.The Great Barrier Reef, just north of here, is starting to look like that in places too. Diving is like going to another planet. The camera did a good job.
    It is a great time. The water temps were mid-70's and visibility was great. The reefs didn't actually look that bleached - I think that it is more of an issue with the color balance. Looking to work on that

    Quote Originally Posted by STinGa View Post
    SN,

    Thanks for posting your trip. A friend of mine was out there a while back and shared some pics and videos with me. Like yours, they are fantastic to watch.

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    Thanks! Appreciate it and it was a lot of fun

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    Mahalo, SN. I was blessed with the chance to hike Kileuea Iki a few years back--drier day than you all got, but impressive none the less. Yes, a radically different experience than most hikes. The heat, the steam, the smell, the strange sense of being somewhere 'otherworldly;'--it all adds up. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Rust View Post
    Mahalo, SN. I was blessed with the chance to hike Kileuea Iki a few years back--drier day than you all got, but impressive none the less. Yes, a radically different experience than most hikes. The heat, the steam, the smell, the strange sense of being somewhere 'otherworldly;'--it all adds up. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for sharing it with us.
    Thanks for watching! I think the thing that I enjoy the most about shooting and editing videos is to be able to look back and re-live the memories. I know that this is one that I won't forget!


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