Photograph of the week: Hula performance at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii


The image shown is a regular monthly free hula performance presented at Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii in front of the Kilauea Volcano. Most of the hula performances done are a tribute to Pele, the goddess of the Volcano. The monthly performances are open to the public and are a beautiful way to see authentic hula done in traditional style.


Thank you to Noel Morata of Travel Photo Discovery for permission to re-produce the image.

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