Kilimanjaro International Airport. A three shot quick pano.
Some of the local flora.
Through the rice fields to get to the forest.
A beautiful flower.
My first peak at the summit near the end of day two at the hotel. Holy crap it's big!
I paid a kid 500 Tanzanian shillings to let me photograph his chameleon on my arm. There's 1500 shillings to the dollar.
Ladies bringing giant clusters of bananas to the local banana auction area.
Kibo in the morning.
One of my favorite shots of the mountain.
Sunrise on Kibo from Second Cave campsite.
11:30pm on summit night. ISO 1600, f4, 15 seconds, 24mm.
Sunrise on the crater rim. As great as this photo looks, it just doesn't do the real scene justice.
Another shot of sunrise along the crater rim. Uhuru Peak, the highest point is the furthest high point visible in this shot.
Another shot of the huge glaciers along the crater summit. They seemed close enough to walk out to and touch yet they are very far away. Their size confuses the distance.
This glacier appears to just drop off the side of the mountain. I guess it really does.
Hard to believe all these glaciers are going to be gone in the next 15-20 years.