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On my second day after arrival to the "Big Island", I decided to explore the most north-east part of the coast. The scenic mountain valley that offers lush vegetation, nature trails and an ocean beach with black sand amazed me upon the first sight. A steep trail down the cliff leading to the picturesque gorge was like a journey to a wonderland. This shot comes from about halfway down the trail.

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Pololū is the northernmost of a series of erosional valleys forming the east coast of Kohala Mountain on the Island of Hawaiʻi. The word pololū means "long spear" in the Hawaiian language.

Source: wikipedia.com

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