On Waimeia Canyon, low clouds flow smoothly on jungle hill landscape below
Intervalometry notes: So many cliffs, Waimeia Canyon is a park which has a past as a volcano. It is scientifically shown to be the oldest of the islands of Hawaii, and ‘only a few’ million years ago there were many chambers of magma that collapsed into thin lava flows in the west side and thick flows in the east, and constantly erupting basalt continued to build many of the cliffs. As time went on, the rock decomposed enough from frequent rain to create soils for a jungle to grow. The original plant species that seeded today’s ecosystem floated in from storms that were taken from their birth islands over millennia. Here, the clouds that carried this rain are building and meandering, as they so often have throughout all of the planet’s more recent time. Interval: 3 seconds.
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