big island pictures
 
Kilauea Caldera -- This is a look at the Kilauea Caldera from our room.  A caldera is a basin-shaped volcanic depression; by definition, at least a mile in diameter. Such large depressions are typically formed by volcanoes.  The Halemaumau Crater is on the right where the steam vents are.
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