Pu'u Lilinoe, home of Lilinoe, Hawaiian goddess of mist, stands in regal profile below Mauna Kea's snowy summit. Rocks strewn across her flanks speak of a time long ago, when these cinder cones were alive with volcanic explosions, and glaciers carved the mountain. On this late afternoon trek, high altitude light casts deep shadows across the expansive terrain.
This high quality matted print consists of pigmented ink on archival paper and measures 14"x11".
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 14 November, 2011.