The view on the north west short of Maui never disappoints.

Mahana Sunset Purple Hues

The view on the north west short of Maui never disappoints.

Bamboo in the Wind

Bamboo swaying in the wind on one of the many hikes in Hawai’i
Love the sound the forests of bamboo make with a slight breeze.
Processed with a watercolor art card effect.

Evening Stroll

A late evening stroll along the northwest shore of Maui, looking toward Molokai and in the far distance Honolulu.

Koki Beach Park

Rugged beauty, very strong currents.

Standing in the Sand

One spends a lot of time standing in the sand and the ocean when photographing various landscapes.

Mauna Kea 12,000ft

Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, the twin volcanic giants on the Big Island of Hawaii, offer photographers a captivating duo of landscapes, each with its unique visual narrative. Mauna Loa, one of the world’s most massive shield volcanoes, boasts vast lava fields, rugged terrain, and sweeping panoramic views.

Mauna Kea Keck Telescopes

Overlooking the Twin Keck Telescopes, the Subaru and the ITF telescopes on Mauna Kea.

Kamoali’i (The chiefly stones)

A tight crop of one of the cinder cones on the floor of Haleakala Crater, a long exposure of roughly 5 mins taken on Fuji Provia 400 film with an original generation 300mm/f4 lens with only moonlight as a direct source

Road Closed