By Scott Shephard
When I look for a "Flashback Sunday" photo, I browse through most of the photos that I have posted during the life of my blog. Generally, something jumps out at me. And today it's this photo, which is one of my favorite travel photos ever. We were on what is known as the "southern most point of the US" on the Big Island in Hawaii. The subject is our son Brian, who survived the fall. Though he did have a sore tailbone for several days. I chose not to jump. I'm not a risk taker by nature: I'll chose discretion over valor most days.
Canon 1D 1/640s f/16.0 ISO500 28mm (December 24, 2003)