This is a view of some of the coral reefs along the southern shore of Molokai.
East Molokai has deeply eroded valleys. Because this mountain lies on the windward (northeast) side of the island, it is often shrouded in clouds.
Close-up view of some of the valleys on the southeastern side of Molokai.
This air view of Kalaupapa on the north shore of Molokai shows the very steep, high cliffs and the peninsula that was formed by a relatively recent volcanic eruption. The feature that looks like a tadpole is actually an old lava channel that was formed by the vigorous eruption.
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