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Halema`uma`u plume with the moon

 With stagnant winds present, Halema`uma`u plume stands straight up, showing off the distant, but bright, full moon.
Photograph by M. Poland
November 13, 2008
With stagnant winds present, Halema`uma`u plume stands straight up, showing off the distant, but bright, full moon.

 With stagnant winds present, Halema`uma`u plume stands straight up, showing off the distant, but bright, full moon.
Photograph by M. Poland
November 13, 2008

 With stagnant winds present, Halema`uma`u plume stands straight up, showing off the distant, but bright, full moon.
Photograph by M. Poland
November 13, 2008
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Updated: 14 November 2008 (pnf)