My explorations of Maui included the long drive up to Haleakala. Start at sea level, and arrive at 10,000 feet (3000 meters) 90 minutes later. The crater is spectacular, and I also managed managed to capture informal portraits of the ranger and a pretty blond hiker. The ranger gave her safety talk to the tune of Gilligan’s Island. Three images are obviously not from the crater. The black and white was taken near the main power station, the stitched pano is a small village tucked away on West Maui, and the the sunset was in Kihei.