10 years ago, I began an around-the-world (RTW) journey lasting 389 consecutive days, from 24 December 2011 to 15 January 2013 inclusive.
22 Jan 2012.
The very southern tip of the Big Island of Hawaii is also the most southern most point of the United States. Historically, this is the spot in Hawaii where Polynesians first arrived on their boats from the southwest Pacific.
The view in the image faces north from the spot called Broken Landing with the following features from left to right, respectively: the Pu’uhou cone at an estimated distance of 6 km, the Hualālai volcano 88 km in the background, and the wind turbines of the Pakini Nui wind farm at 6 km.
From the wind farm, we drive slowly south on the dirt road, keeping to the flattest parts. We park a safe distance from the cliff and further back so we can walk a little distance. There are big challenges to both the fragile landscape and indigenous requirements in the area.
I made the image above on 22 Jan 2012 with a Canon EOS450D (Rebel XSi) and the following settings: 1/200-sec, f/8, ISO100, 24mm focal length (38mm full-frame equivalent). This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins DOT com as https://wp.me/p1BIdT-lBA.