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    • Julianna Olsen

      This picture is real. It won a photo contest from National Geographic. It was taken in Hawaii at the volcano park while it was raining. I want to take a picture like this so bad.

    • Carla Foust

      This kiss is hot in every respect. The dip, the lava, the rain. This amazing shot shows photographer Dallas Nagata and her husband Ed White embracing in front of lava (she had her friend press the shutter and another friend holding the speedlite behind them), and it’s been making the rounds online ever since it was featured in the Atlantic’s ‘In Focus‘ gallery (which highlights some nominees for the 2012 National Geographic Traveller Photo Contest).

    • Shirley Reyno

      lava kiss - amazing photo from the national geographic traveler photo contest 2012

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    This shot evokes so much emotion. Gorgeous food, bustling marketplace, two people in love and oblivious to everything else!