Student Photo Gallery – Hawaii

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Jan 27, 2015


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Student Photo Gallery – Hawaii

The Spring 2015 Voyage was only in Hilo, Hawaii for one day, but that doesn’t mean there was a shortage of great photos from the shipboard community.

Olivier Verbiest from the United World College of South East Asia photographed this flower at the farmers market in downtown Hilo.
Olivier Verbiest from the United World College of South East Asia photographed this flower at the farmers market in downtown Hilo.
California Baptist University student Jake Larsen had a busy field program that took him to a black sand beach and a cove, but the stop at Rainbow Falls was his favorite.
California Baptist University student Jake Larsen had a busy field program that took him to a black sand beach and a cove, but the stop at Rainbow Falls was his favorite.
Josh Liberman from the University of Miami found this ʻōhiʻa lehua tree while on a field lab for his Geohazards & Natural Disasters class.  The lehua is the official flower of the Big Island.
Josh Liberman from the University of Miami found this ʻōhiʻa lehua tree while on a field lab for his Geohazards & Natural Disasters class. The lehua is the official flower of the Big Island.
Lifelong Learner Ellen Porter from Atlanta, Georgia was lucky to make it to the summit of Mauna Kea (13,677 ft) as the road had been blocked with snow and ice until the day we arrived.  There are 13 observatories on the summit, this view shows Maui in the distance.
Lifelong Learner Ellen Porter from Atlanta, Georgia was lucky to make it to the summit of Mauna Kea (13,677 ft) as the road had been blocked with snow and ice until the day her field program arrived. There are 13 observatories on the summit, this view shows Maui in the distance.
Daniel Wright from Clemson University, photographed this multicolored lava rock while on a field lab to Kīlauea Volcano.
Daniel Wright from Clemson University photographed this multicolored lava rock while on a field lab to Kīlauea Volcano.
While on a field lab for his Languages of the World class, Xinyue Wang of the University of New York at Buffalo took a moment to capture this photo of a flower memorial.
While on a field lab for his Languages of the World class, Xinyue Wang of the University of New York at Buffalo took a moment to capture this photo of a flower memorial.
On a hike to Rainbow Falls, student Bryan Paul of Saint Joseph's University was amazed by the roots of the trees along the trail.
On a hike to Rainbow Falls, student Bryan Paul of Saint Joseph’s University was amazed by the roots of the trees along the trail.
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