Thank you Andy. I can see why you like it. I like the first two myself. If you look closely, you'll see people walking the path on the ridge of the cliff in the first image. I walked there myself but didn't see the beauty of that rockface until I came on the opposite side, which you can see in the image.
I like the second because of the shapes the sulphur made ages ago in the rock. Only this relatively tiny spot had them. The rounded curves of the rocks are such a contrast to all the sharp edges of the iron stone an lava made.
I guesa you had to be there to know what I'm rambling about. The fate of landscape photography I guess.
Mark, Fabulous set and what a contrast. Volcanoes on one side and lush tropics on on the other. Only time I have seen that stark contrast side by side is on Maui Island atop Haleakala. The Lee ward side is lush tropic of Hana and the windward side looks like a desert you see in spaghetti westerns.