A pronghorn buck stands in a field of sagebrush in Grand Teton National Park.
From the Kilauea Overlook in Hawaii Volcanos National Park.Wait until the sun has set – say about three- and one-half hours. The glow from the lava lake 1700 feet below lights up the gases venting from the volcano.At this time, the edge of the caldera is considered unstable. Access is restricted. There is no place around the rim where you can safely see the actual lava flowing into the 400-foot-deep pool at the bottom.
A young lady walks up the path in the woods. The fog and the noon sun beaming down through the trees makes the scene breath taking and surreal
The cold snap is over. The skies are opening up for a moment. A good time for a brisk walk at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma.