Constant pounding of water against sharp, black lava rock over centuries of time creates sea caves all along Hawaiian shores.
This cave on Maui’s coast is large enough and shallow enough that low tide allows people to walk inside between waves and understand what it feels like to be on the inside looking out.
Nestled into a north Maui valley, this red-roof church stands out from its surroundings. The church has served its small town for many years. read more
This boat came to its final resting place under the water just off Maui’s western coast near Lahaina town. Now it is used as an artificial reef, drawing a community of Pacific reef fish–and visitors to watch. read more
A female storyteller is featured at this luau–Hawaiian feast–on the western coast of Maui. read more