Thursday, January 28, 2016

Stilts on the moon

Okay, you got me. I wasn't actually on the moon. I wasn't wearing stilts either!

I was close to the top of the world though. Aaron and I went to the top of Maui's dormant volcano, Haleakala, to shoot the sunset and some star photos one very long day/night. Because the volcano is so tall, 10,023 feet at the summit, it makes the shadows very long since you are parallel to the sun as it sets.

If you are at the top of the volcano at sunset you can actually see the shadow cast by the volcano on the opposite side of the island and it's a BIG shadow!


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