Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea Ringed by Clouds on Hawaii, USA21.1N 157.2W
Clouds surround the most of the base of Mauna Loa, one of five volcanoes that form the Island of Hawaii in the aponymous USA state in the Pacific Ocean. The relatively shallow slopes, created by fluid silica-poor lava eruptions, appear dark chocolate brown with some grooves.
Another volcano, Mauna Kea, is visible just north of Mauna Loa. It is also surrounded by clouds on most sides, except for the part where it “connects” to Mauna Loa. It can be distinguished from its neighbor by its slightly lighter and more golden brown color, and its rougher-looking surface.