Nearly everyone travels with a camera these days, usually to capture images to remember their trip. You see them everywhere, clicking at everything that moves. Even I am guilty of that! So it was when we arrived at the crater lake on White Island. You stand on the lip of a steep drop into a green lake of sulphuric acid with steaming crater walls towering above you across the lake. Taking due heed of the warnings given by our guide about not getting too close to the edge, out came the cameras to capture the spectacle before us.
Sony Alpha DSLR – A200, 1/100 sec, F16, ISO 100, Sigma DC 18-200mm lens at 18mm