Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Sunset above Mauna Kea

The upper reaches of Mauna Kea are usually above the clouds, but occasionally high clouds get quite a bit of color after the sun drops behind the mountain's numerous cinder cones or
 pu'u. This photo was taken from near the mid-level facilities above 9,000 feet, across a "saddle" ridge between two cinder cones. It's a 1/10-second f/4 exposure from a Canon PowerShot S20.

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