Twice a year Hawaiian locals get to enjoy an incredible phenomenon known as Lahaina Noon when the sun passes directly overhead (this is the only place in the United States you can witness this phenomenon). During Lahina Noon (around May and November) shadows fall directly down and some objects don’t even look like they’re casting a shadow at all!
That awkward moment when your shadow is getting more action than you do.
When a mountain casts a shadow, it’s a beautiful phenomenon that deserves to be shown to others.
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