By Chamira Young
If you don't happen to have a helicopter handy to whisk you away to your next photo adventure, the next best thing is to virtually peek over the shoulder of a fellow photographer who does! That brings us to today's dose of inspiration with Photographer Michael Gilbert as he takes us on an aerial outing over the "The Wall of Tears" in the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii.
Michael is using the versatile new 35-150mm F/2.8-4 VC zoom lens as his pilot, Nick from Go Fly Maui, flies them both over the beautiful vistas. I'd be lying if I said wasn't just a tiny bit (or alot!) jealous!
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