HAWAIIAN VOLCANO OBSERVATORY
Just a month after 40 acres of land on the coast of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park tumbled into the sea on Nov. 28, lava flows have created a new "bench" of rock at the base of a 100-foot high sea cliff. Under the acid-laden steam rising from the sea lies new light-colored rock, while a black sand beach extends towards the viewer.
DEFYING THE WIND
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARBULLETIN.COM
Kalihi resident Jerome Lemson skillfully maneuvered his kite yesterday despite the lull in tradewinds at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park. Lemson and his brother Richard are avid kite-flyers and go to the park every week to practice moves and tricks.