The Nakalele Blowhole in Maui, Hawaii, is a major attraction for anyone visiting the island. A short hike leads to this amazing landmark.
Bamboo is an amazing plant. It’s not only the largest member of the grass family but it is also the fastest growing plant in the world.
I was in Maui in the fall of 2014 to attend a friend’s wedding. I took the image below of the wedding venue following the wedding ceremony.
I photographed the Maria Lanakila Catholic Church while visiting Maui in the fall of 2014. I was attracted to it because of it’s brightness and symmetry
After capturing the image of the Church at Kahakuloa, I decided to walk around the building to find other photo opportunities when I came across a broken window.
Kahakuloa, Hawaii, is a very small town on the northern side of Maui. It is there where I photographed this church in the fall of 2014.
While on a trail in Maui at the Haleakala NP, I noticed that the Pipiwai Stream paralleling the trail was incredibly saturated in green.
I purchased a set of Lee Neutral Density (ND) Filters earlier this year. I used them to extend the exposure time to create a smooth surf.
Another image from my trip to Maui earlier this year. I was hiking along the Pipiway Stream and I found this area with the steps and this mossy rock.
I was walking up the trail towards the waterfall when I spotted this magnificent portion of the Pipiwai Stream.
While in Maui last spring, I spent time hiking the trails near the Pools at Ohe’o along the Pipiwai Stream, through the wonderful bamboo forest and ending at the Waimoku Falls.
Photographing sunsets is a difficult task. It gets easier if you can catch the last rays of light. This was the case when I captured this “Volcanic Sunset”.
I was invited to attend a wedding in Maui during the fall of 2014. The island is one of my favorite places to visit. Its lush vegetation, wonderful vistas and the plethora of activity options makes this a wonderful vacation spot for many people.