I haven’t had my camera out much so far this year, so here’s an oldie from almost 9 years ago. This was taken before I had my first dslr with a Powershot G3 which at the time cost more than the 60D I’m now using. We were visiting the big island of Hawaii and got to experience the lava fields. At one point we were literally only about 30 feet from moving lava, which was very cool and kind of scary at the same time. Most of the photos I got didn’t turn out well, but here’s a fun one of what happened to the road.
Camera: Canon Powershot G3, Exposure Time: 1/125, Aperture: f/5.6, ISO: N/A, Focal Length: 7mm
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