Lair of the Hawaiian Minotaur

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I’m really not sure what the story is here.  I’m sure in a few years when it grows up nice and tall, it’ll be the perfect place to house a Hawaiian Minotaur.  This picture was taken only a few hundred feed from the Dragon’s Teeth (featured a couple of days ago) near Lahaina on Maui.  I had just completed the shot of the Dragon’s Teeth when I was dodging golf balls from the first golfers of the day.  This made me take the long way around – and I found this.

This is another high dynamic range (HDR) image made by combining three different exposures.

Vital Stats: Canon 40D w/Canon 10-22mm, ISO 100, f/22, 1/6 sec +/- 1 stop

One Response to “Lair of the Hawaiian Minotaur”

  1. The Windy Pixel March 27, 2009 at 2:17 pm #

    I absolutely love this one – just a sick composition and the processing is an A+ – sweet on the gray background too. Cheers.

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