Panoramic Crazy!

While we were in Hawaii I obviously had my DSLR with me most of the time, but sometimes I'd find myself putting it down or even leaving it behind to take some photos with my iphone.  Now, most of the time that was so I could post something immediately to instagram (you can see/follow me here), but I also found myself going a little pano crazy!  I mean, you're in Hawaii surrounded by these spectacular vistas, crashing waves, lava rock, green grass/mountains, palm trees, etc. why wouldn't a person go a little panoramic mad?
The beach at the Kona Reef Resort, where we crashed our first night after flying all day.
Kekaha Kai State Park, near Kailua Kona (Big Island).
View from the Kukuihaele Park, some little park we stopped at while waiting for our tour of the Waipio Valley.
Early morning view from the Waipio Rim B&B (the day of our wedding).
Evening view from the beach of the Laupahoehoe Point County Park (Big Island).
Kolekole Beach Park (Big Island).
View of the Onomea Bay from the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens (Big Island).
We stayed at airbnb places for most of our trip and this Kailua Kona one was by far our favorite (and a total steal for the price).
The Pali Lookout (Oahu).
Ka'ena Point State Park, ocean side (Oahu).
Ka'ena Point State Park, mountain side (Oahu).
Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden (Oahu).
Waimanalo Beach Park Lookout (Oahu).

Are you like me, do you love taking panoramic photos with your iphone maybe just a little too much?  Or have you never taken one?  If so, you're missing you and you need to start!   

1 comment:

  1. Panoramic perfection! I love all of those. I don't think I've ever taken a panoramic picture, but how could you resist with those amazing views. I think panoramic photos were made for landscapes.