The legendary Hawaiian fire goddess Pele spews hot magma from Mother Earth’s core, and thousands of years before the sea beats it into black sand beaches, its cold lava here along the Kalapana Sea Cliffs of Hawaii’s Big Island.
CoCo Harris is constantly exploring the notion of how we tell the stories of our lives across genres and art forms. She is the Founding Editor of Telling Our Stories Press. Winner of the London Photo Festival, her short memoir and photography appear in various literary/photography journals and exhibits. Visit www.CoCoHarris.com