For today’s post I’m going back to one of the last hikes I did before leaving New Caledonia. I captured this incredible sunset from an equally incredible location: Pic Malawi, a steep mountain commanding an awesome view over the peninsula upon which the city of Nouméa resides. After a steep ascent struggling to keep up with a French Alps native, the sun began to merge with the sea as golden clouds buffeted the thickly forested hills around us. It was probably the best sunset of my life, and I was lucky enough to grab this 44 image panorama featuring our fellow colocataire (house mate) Romain, as he took in the breathtaking view. This is a 360 degree panorama, which explains why the summit on the left is sunlit, despite the sun appearing to go down somewhere behind. To view this panorama in a fuller glory simply click on the image and it will open in another page displayed in a larger format. Hope you guys enjoy it. This shot along with some others I’ve taken recently will be added to the landscape gallery on my website soon so stay posted for that. Feel free to leave any comments here on the blog. Thanks for looking, Cheers, Cam.