Monday, November 25, 2013

Shooting above the clouds


I'm back to digging through the old files once again. It's too cold to go outside and take photos here, at least for me anyway.
 
These were taken in 2005 with a Sony 5mp point and shoot at the top of Haleakala Volcano on Maui, elevation 10,023 feet. It's the only place you can go on Maui and see snow.
 
 In retrospect, the little point and shoot automatic didn't do too bad of a job, especially since I was in shorts and a t-shirt, freezing my rear end off and barely able to hold the camera still since I was shaking so much from the cold.
 
I am going to go back though. Next time I will have a pair of long pants and a jacket!

10 comments:

  1. Oh wow, very impressive, and as Theresa said, very cold looking :)

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  2. Man, you were up there in the thin air.

    Go to Hawaii to see snow?? Are you alright my friend? LOL!

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  3. LOL! I guess that depends on who you ask!

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  4. Oh sure now you are going to Hawaii with long pants and a jacket... Ha ha!

    Pretty good pictures for a point and shoot!

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  5. Don't forget you hat and gloves!!

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  6. I made a same mistake wearing a short, and a t-shirt while I was up here. If you look hard enough you would see my tripod resting on the bottom of the craters on the East of the visitor building. Don't ask how! Lol. Good quality pictures from a ps camera. By the way, did you another P7000 for Cheryl for your next trip?

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    1. No new cameras this trip Q. Cheryl has taken over the P7700 so it's hers now. Hopefully she'll let me borrow a time or two while we're there. LOL

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