And another one:
This time it's of Green Sand Beach near Ka Lae at the south end of the Big Island of Hawai`i. The beach really is green, and it's really not from any kind of algae bloom. It's the sand itself, which is mostly composed of olivine crystals. Not the easiest place in the world to get to, but I'd rather keep it that way.
This was done on day 4 of Worldwide KAP Week 2009, so all the 899 photos in the synth were taken with a camera suspended from a kite line. There's still six days left in WWKW 2009, so I hope to have more aerial synths to share in the not so distant future.