We found another beautiful bunch of plumeria to add to your day. Pink, yellow, and white, they bring color and joy to the scene.
Plumeria like these are used for perfumes, landscaping, flower lei, and adornment.
In modern Hawaii, wearing one of these over your left ear means that you are married, and wearing one over your right ear means that you are available.
Touted as being great for kids (hence the name), Baby Beach on the east end of Baldwin Beach near the small town of Paia, Maui, is a consistent favorite of locals and visitors alike. read more
The sky bursts forth in shades of pink and orange from behind the West Maui Mountains over the surf at Ho’okipa beach on Maui’s north shore. read more
Square patches of white alternate between fields of green taro (kalo), fresh water feeding this traditional Hawaiian staple food in a valley on the island of Kauai. read more
Pink Plumeria–Melia ʻĀkala–pose after a rejuvenating shower in the Hawaiian sun. read more
From the shores of Paia, Maui the sun edges clouds orange and yellow as it retreats for the day behind the West Maui Mountains. read more
Looking uphill from Makawao (ma-ka-wow) toward Haleakala summit on the island of Maui, a double rainbow appears in partly stormy skies, creating a virtual canvas of blue and green below the lower rainbow. read more