Aloha Sunset Sunday!
A color-filled sunset lights the sky and ocean from Maui’s west side.
The Hawaiian phrase ‘No Ka ‘Oi!’ roughly translates to, “like no other,” or “is the best!” It is easy to share this sentiment when looking at sunset scenery like this from Maui, which is the island to which the phrase is most often applied.
From the Photographer:
“Sunsets from Hawaiʻi are like no other place in the world. They just keep getting better! Please “share” if you like! Mahalo nui!”
Waterfalls pour into a Kauai canyon, an inlet built by the sea over time, while sunlight pierces through the spray. read more
Orange sunset reflects off the wet, red sand of Makena Beach in South Maui, creating a contrasting transition from warm to cool. read more
With lush green valleys and red cliff sides the Poelua area of Maui could easily be mistaken for its nearby, rainier neighbor island of Kaua’i. read more
A more well-known waterfall on the Road to Hana, beautiful Upper Waikani Falls is just a quick scramble from the highway. read more
Wailuaiki Falls, Maui is a beautiful, typically quiet spot, that affords some solitude even though it is close to the Hana highway. read more
A pier in Hawaii plays second fiddle to the staring role of the light coming in from all directions, creating a surreal scene pointing toward infinity. read more
From the lava-rich shores of South Maui, we watch in anticipation as sunset on the horizon dips between the islands of Kaho’olawe and Molokini. read more
A Maui beach demonstrates all three primary colors with bright red, green, and blue in the same scene. read more
An extended length exposure smooths the surface of the bay and brings added relief to lava rocks jutting up from the shallow shore at Ka’uiki, Maui. read more