A view from above, Grande Savane outside Cange, Haiti!
Looking forward our return to Cange, Haiti to tell the story how water is transforming a village; all because of Clemson Engineers!
The top image above represents three images stitched together using Photoshop CC’s Photo Merge option. I shot this using my Canon 5Dmkiii at f2.8, 16mm, ISO 100, and 1/3200.
The bottom image also represents three images stitched together using Photoshop CC’s Photo Merge option. I shot this with our DJI Phantom 3 at f2.8, 20mm, ISO 100, and 1/310.
This was taken from the top of the hill overlooking Lake Peligre. Lake Péligre is the second largest lake in Haiti, and is located in the Centre Department. It was created as a result of the construction of the Peligre Hydroelectric Dam on the Artibonite River in 1956–1957.
If you look below on the map, you will see a star right above the lake next to the “3” for Hwy 3. This is where this picture was taken!