I found a bay on Easter Island where the sun wasn’t bleaching out the entire landscape.
I used a very long exposure for this shot. Maybe around 2 minutes. Near the end of my trip, I stumbled upon some more great geology. These rocks are volcanic, as is all of the entire landscape of Easter Island. But rarely did I find pockets of red in the stones. I feel the red of the rock has a nice releationship to the golden colours on Poike – one of the triangular points of Easter Island that you can see on the horizon.