©0279 Hawaiian Girl
0280 Waikiki Sunset
©0281 Pu'uhonua Nat Park
|©0282 Hanauma Beach||©0283 Kilauea Lighthouse||©1096 Bamboo
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|©0284 Bee at the Blossom||©0285 Waikiki Bay||©0286 Kualoa Trees|
|©0287 Mt Haleakala and Silversword||©0288 Surfing in Maui||©0289 Na Pali Kalalau Lookout|
©0292 Malaekahana Park
©0291 Pahoehoe Lava
|©0290 Ugly Fish Waikiki|
|©0293 Iao Valley||©0294 Arboretum||©0295 Stationary
|©0296 Orchid Garden
| Hawaiian Islands photography
- Taro Fields
©0276, 0277, 0278 Hawaii National Wildlife Reserve
This Gallery is Mahalo, Hawaii"..."Thank
You, Hawaii" for being such a treat to the eye!!!!
Hawaiian landscapes vary from the soft hills of the taro paddys in Kauai's "Hawaii National Wildlife Reserve" to the harsh moonscape of Maui's "Mt Haleakala and the Silversword".
Your first stop is most likely Oahu. The "Kualoa Trees" are a treat for you as well as for the "Bee at the Blossom". You'll always remember "The Ugly Fish" in the Waikiki Aquarium. A "Hawaiian Girl" swims in the ocean; you, too, can swim at "Hanauma Beach". When you've absorbed "Waikiki Bay", and romped at "Malaekahana Park", take an inter-island flight through the "Waikiki Sunset" to Kauai.
For Hawaii's richest wilderness, go to Kauai's "Na Pali - Kalalau Lookout". Stop, enroute, at the Keahua "Arboretum" to see the pink barked trees and other unique species. The "Kilauea Lighthouse" is a must; visit the favorite haunt of humpback whales.
People have been "Surfing at Maui" for 1000 years and treking through Maui's "Iao Valley" in search of the Iao Needle almost as long.
Last stop, Hawaii's Big Isle to marvel at "Pahoehoe Lava" or the ancient religious rites at "Pu'uhonua National Park". A stroll through the "Orchid Garden" near Hilo allows you to see the result of 280 inches of rain in 1 year. "Rainbow Falls" attests to the rain as well. You will come back from Hawaii uttering with conviction... mahalo...mahalo!
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This Hawaii travel photography, covering 4 islands in the Hawaiian chain, is available as a unit or as individual prints. Free with every gallery rented, or purchased, is a plaque with the location information above. Your choice of mat and frame colors and styles---both metal and wood---are available.
Paul and Marilyn Peck
Strength in Perspective
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Last Updated 2-16-2017