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.
These are the first falls you come to on the road to Hana. They aren’t particularly dramatic but it is an easy hike and they’re tucked away at the base of a dark canyon wall.
A trip to Kauai has to include these iconic falls The viewing area was packed. Trying to find an open space and keeping folks away long enough for a mid day long exposure took some negotiations. Still didn’t get the exact shot I wanted but next time I’ll try early or late to avoid the crowds.
One of several isolated beaches on Kauai. This was taken while sitting in the water to cool off. There were no waves so the camera was safe.