Contributor Max Stephan brings us this beautiful drone's eye view of the second highest mountain of Haiti, the Caribbean island nation. Mt. Makaya (Pic Macaya) lies on the Tuburon Peninsula, the lower (southern) "jaw" of the westward facing "mouth" of Haiti. With a peak elevation of around 2.35k meters (7.7k ft.) it's second only to Mt. Chaîne de la Selle, which lies to its east. Makaya is part of the Massif de la Hotte range which is home to some of the country's most bio-diverse areas.