Pacaya Volcano Guatemala
Adjustments: Increased the saturation of the lava.
At the Pacaya Volcano there are no barriers between you and the free flowing lava that continuously pours out of the earth. Some people were roasting bananas on sticks. It is an incredible place and an amazing being so close to molten lava. It definitely made for an interesting sunset.
A deserted beach 1 hour north of Salvador.
I must admit i have seen some pretty incredible sunsets on my travels but i have to say this definitely makes it to my top 3. The colors just kept on getting better and it seemed to go on forever.
Ganges River, Varanasi India
A fisherman bringing in his early morning catch.
Iguassu Falls, Brazil
A view of devils throat, on of 250+ separate falls that make up Iguassu.
A family enjoying an incredible sunset at Calangute beach.
Near Montevideo in Uruguay
I spotted this field next to the road on a drive from Beunos Aries, Argentina to Montevideo in Uruguay. We pulled over and I jumped the farmers fence and snapped a couple of quick shots before driving on.
My friend taking the plunge of a 600 meter cliff overlooking one of the many beautiful beaches of Rio.
Haleakala crater Maui
Badlands NP, South Dakota
The road out of or into the badlands.
The view from one of the many of the restaurants on the beach. At high tide people would dive off the restaurant balcony for a quick swim before diner.
One of the few sanctuaries in Agra. The taj mahal and the surrounding garden of Eden are kept in immaculate condition.
Todaiji Temple in Japan. Housing one of the biggest bronze Buddhas in the world at 15 meters tall.
Photogenic palm trees of cooks bay in Moorea.
The central train station in downtown Bombay.
The moody skies of the Bolivian Andes. Near the high altitude (15,000 feet) border crossing.
Located in Southwestern Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world at 4,085 square miles.
The flats were once part of a large lake more than 40,000 years ago.
Endless plains of the Serengeti.
Typical scene in one of the many chaotic cities of India. Always something new to see around every corner.
Taken from inside the valley temple of khafre. With the Khafre pyramid ( the second largest of the three main pryramids) in the back ground.
The Bolivian salt flats are a 4,085 square mile (10582 square km) bright white expanse. In the summer though it rains enough that they are covered in water, sometimes more than a meter. It makes for an incredible reflection.
All content Copyright Hayden Carlyon 2017. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org