Haleakala National Park, viewed from the western ridge line facing east at a 9,745-ft. elevation into the "crater." Officially it is considered an erosional depression since it was not formed from volcanic activity.
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Haleakala National Park, viewed from the western ridge line facing east at a 9,745-ft. elevation into the "crater." Officially it is considered an erosional depression since it was not formed from volcanic activity.

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Size: 3449x5100 / 20.5MB
Date: 28 Mar 2010
Location: Island of Maui, Hawaii, USA
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