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SYMBOLS OF HAWAII - 3

V. Ryan 2007 - 2017

 

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Hawaii is a place of outstanding natural beauty. The beaches, coastline and seas are a focus of tourist interest. Walking inland especially through the National Parks and their volcanic areas is also very popular. Three symbols often seen in National Parks are seen below.

 

Symbol ‘A’ asks people not to build rock piles. This is because it spoils the natural look of the area, in volcanic areas the rocks can be extremely hot and they present a hazard to people walking and tripping over them.

Symbol ‘B’ informs walkers that the path is closed due to hazardous conditions. This may be due to volcanic activity in the area or it may be that the local habitat is being damaged by walkers walking along the paths.

Symbol ‘C’ informs walkers and hikers that the trail/path is straight ahead.

     

In the two spaces below design a symbol that informs walkers/hikers that the mountain path is straight ahead. Draw a rough version and a final colour rendered version.

 
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