We’re moving back to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for today’s picture. This shows the larger active crater on the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano. During the day, the view is of a smoke plume but at dusk, the fact that there’s a pool of lava down in the crater becomes very apparent in the orange glow emanating from the pit.
Once again, this was processed using SnapSeed on my iPad. Since my last post, I’ve figured out that I can use Photogene to do dust-spot removal so my workflow now includes 3 different apps to prepare an image to post – SnapSeed for most processing, Photogene for spotting and Filterstorm for resizing.
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