Lāhainā Noon May 2012
The Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu.
Twice a year in the tropics, the sun crosses the sky and stands directly overhead. This astronomical phenomenon occurs in May and July in Honolulu and is called Lāhainā Noon. The day and time differs each year, but it last happened on Saturday, May 26, 2012 at precisely 12:28pm.
On this day, my wife and I visited the Honolulu Museum of Art and photographed the Lāhainā Noon.
The large woven art work behind us was created by Patrick Dougherty.
More of my Lahaina Noon photography can be seen by [Clicking Here].
Le Bambole Mk. II, "The Compact” Pinhole Camera. Kodak Ektar 100.