Thanks to a recommendation from a friend, in early December I found myself on the side of a volcano at 11,141 feet on the Big Island of Hawaii photographing a story for the New York Times. The story revolves around the research facility and dedicated staff that has been taking continuous measurements of CO2 in the air since the late 1950’s. Its a great read and an honor to be featured on the front page of the NYT. You can read it online here listen to the audio slideshow here and see the slideshow here. Enjoy!