Pretty close to where we were staying in Poipu is Spouting Horn. It’s a neat feature where the waves come through a little tunnel in the lava rock to spout up. Not only does it spray water upwards of 50 feet in the air when conditions are optimal, it also makes a cool hissing sound right before it happens. It was tough to get a really good shot of it from back behind the fence. Probably being there at sunrise or sunset would have been better, but the best photo of it that I have seen was taken from a boat.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D, Exposure Time: 1/40, Aperture: f/11, ISO: 200, Focal Length: 64mm
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Very cool shot. I love being by the water, so it must have been a fun one 🙂
Thanks Rob, it was!