Wallpaper of the Week Haleakalā Summit, Aerial View


This weeks wallpaper is a spectacular close aerial view of the summit of the Haleakalā Crater on Maui. A flock of birds are winging their way above the dark opening of the crater, shown against a sky filled with orange clouds. The summit is stark with dark grays and some lighter orange highlights from the sky as the sides angle away from the summit. The is a quite a bit of subtle texture in the layers on the slopes and what might be vegetation. There are some plants that grow nowhere else in the world other than the slopes of Haleakalā. Icons show up well in most areas of this unusual background.

 Haleakalā Summit

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i lived on Maui and hiked through haleakala several times. this photo leaves me wondering if it is haleakala crater or one of the cinder cones within the immense crater??
where are kaupo and kulau gaps?

I don't know 100% that the image is in Haleakalā. Outside of the link above, I sourced the image at these three sites to see if the image is accurate:




I'm assuming the birds and clouds were added in a photo manipulation program before being uploaded to the wallpaper site.

I don't always know if an image is where it says it is. I do the best I can to verify, but other sources may not be accurate. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


I always look forward to your wallpapers thank you

Wow, thank you. I'm glad you enjoy them. :)