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Island Images
By Star-Bulletin photographers

Wednesday, April 6, 2005





ENJOYING THE SHOW

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Silhouetted in the eerie glow of the red-hot lava, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park visitors Chris Van Heyst, left, Graham Penner and Andrew Yankiwsky watched lava flows cascade into the ocean from the edge of a seaside cliff Monday. The National Park Service warns against such precarious perches and Penner held onto Van Heyst just in case. Recent flows have crossed Chain of Craters Road on their way to the ocean and lava can be seen oozing out of cracks and pouring over the cliffs. Penner and Yankiwsky live in Hilo and took their visiting Canadian friend to see the sight, which requires a 3- to 4-mile round-trip hike.




A DOG'S LIFE

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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Frankie, shown here with Kory Imamura, adoptions counselor for the Hawaiian Humane Society, is a lucky dog. Given up by his owners for adoption, the 2-year-old purebred Doberman pinscher had a limp and an injured nose and needed more than $2,000 in surgery when he arrived at the shelter. Frankie thinks he is a lap dog and loves to be petted, his handlers say. Call the Humane Society for more information on adopting Frankie or another animal.






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