It’s not often you can find Kaanapali Beach empty of people to get a clean shot of Lanai.
I spent my last trip to Maui with my film camera only. The beach at dawn using Portra 400 and without any post editing.
These turtles come onto Ho’okipa Beach nearly every afternoon and rest for 6 hours or so before returning to the sea. What looks like 4-wheel drive tracks are from the turtles as they come ashore.
Heavy rain on Maui results in rain running off the hills into the ocean. The brown section of water in the photo shows the result of that runoff.
This prominent formation is on West Maui’s North Shore. This was another raining day hence the black and white.
Visiting Maui this week and have had a lot of rain. Tried shooting some black and white. This blowhole is on the northwest part of the island above Kapalua on highway 30.
Here is a rare early morning rainbow over the Island of Lanai taken on our recent trip to Maui. The vast majority of these are in the afternoon after the clouds build up.
During a recent trip to Maui I found these rock formations. They are the result of one of the last lava flows on Maui. Dragon’s Teeth is a unique formation located at Makaluapuna Point in Kapalua on the island’s northwestern shore.
I’ve shown you the backside of the crater and the other craters within the National Park. This is the big one everyone goes to see.
Haleakala gets all of the attention but there are other craters in the system as well. They are from left to right Ka Moa o Pele, Pu’u o Maui, Pu’u o Pele, Kamoal’i, Ka Lu’u o Ka O.