This is a real “early bird gets the worm” kind of shot. I got up at about 3:30 in the morning and drove an hour down the Hana Highway to get here before the dawn broke. Even then, I nearly killed myself getting in position on the slippery rock. I spotted this location on the Keanae peninsula the night before as we were driving to Hana. I made it just in the nick of time before the sun came up.
Astute readers will recognize this as a companion shot to an earlier posted picture. Same location, slightly different framing. I like ’em both.
Vital Stats: Canon 40D w/Canon 10-22mm @ 22mm ISO 100, f/22, 8 sec.