Beautiful Pictures of a Restoration Trip to Kaho’olawe in Hawaii

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Kaho’olawe is one the smallest volcanic islands in Hawaii. During World War II, the island was used by the US military as a bombing range. Since then, it has become a reserve, and people have called attention to its environmental and cultural restoration. The pictures Justin Ornellas took on a restoration trip show some of the damage and erosion of the island due to the bombs. However, they also depict the beauty the island still possesses, which is a great way to encourage the continuation of the environmental restoration of the island.

To see more of Justin’s work, visit his website or Flickr.

Kaho'olawe sunrise

Kaho'olawe restoration group sitting

Kaho'olawe

Kaho'olawe warning sign bombs

Kaho'olawe

Kaho'olawe

Kaho'olawe sun

Kaho'olawe girl yellow coat

Kaho'olawe

Kaho'olawe girl yellow coat

Kaho'olawe sunrise

Kaho'olawe

Kaho'olawe girl dreadlocks

Kaho'olawe sunrise restoration group

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  1. Janie Barclay

    Some really lovely pictures here!

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  2. The Soul Explorer

    Very awesome photos!

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  3. Jen

    and some people live in Hawaii every day. others dream of going once to Hawaii. we are not born equal.

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