Photography – Maui and Oahu

I have a ton of pictures stored up from hikes and trips I’ve taken over the years. I currently keep them on Facebook, but I don’t like having them up there. This will be the new home for whatever photos I deem worthy of sharing.

In this collection, I’m putting up some of the pictures I took from a trip to Maui and Oahu in August/September of 2011. I visited the North Shore of Oahu, including Kahana Bay, Waimea Bay, and Sunset Beach. On Maui, I visited Haleakala, the northwest side of the island (termed “rounding the Head”), and the towns of Kahana and Lahaina. Click on any photograph to embiggen.

Enjoy!

Blowhole near Nakalele
Sunset from the balcony at our hotel in Kahana
Culmination of the Haleakala Sunrise
Pillows over a sea of clouds
Through the mist hiking out of Haleakala
Clouds over Sunset Beach
Cinder Cone
North shore of Maui
The floor of Haleakala Crater
Red fern in Haleakala
Morning dew on a rain forest fern
Clouds on fire during Haleakala sunrise
Enormous tree in Waimea Bay
Goose
Gull
I don’t know if it’s a hibiscus or not
Iao Valley
Kahana Bay on the North Shore
Lava flows in Haleakala
Lava Rocks
Moonlight from the balcony
Nene, a flightless goose
Red orchid of some sort
Painted clouds at Haleakala
Sunlight through the palms
Pink clouds during Haleakala sunrise
Another sunset from the balcony
Cliffside on Maui’s north shore
Silversword leaves
Silversword bloom
Sliding Sands Trail into the crater
Stream near Kahana Bay
Pre-rise at Haleakala
Sunrise at Haleakala
Sunrise from the North Shore of Oahu
Sunset from the balcony
Sunset Beach
The “Head”
Towers of clouds lined up
Vines at Honolua Bay
Morning spiderweb

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