Waikiki Beach and Downtown Honolulu stretch out seaward below wispy clouds on another gorgeous day in Hawaii.
Taken from high up in Foster Tower, this shot offers a nice perspective on the Waikiki area on the island of Oahu.
A fortunate few can even say, “Look, I can see my house from here!”
From the Photographer:
“Waikiki from Foster Tower”
A view of what downtown Honolulu and the Honolulu Harbor looked like in 1890. read more
Fireworks light up the sky over downtown on the 4th of July. read more
Lifeguard tower 1E at Ala Moana Beach Park looks over the vacant beach into the night sky where the constellation Orion outshines the intruding city lights. read more
Known as the goddess of fire–and wind, lightning, and volcanoes–Pele is ever-present in Hawaii. Here, she dances atop two tiki torches at Waikiki beach in downtown Honolulu on the island of Oahu. read more
A beautiful double rainbow envelops downtown Honolulu from Ala Moana Beach Park on Hawaii’s island of Oahu. read more
Hawaiian cowboys, known as Paniolo, herd cattle into the bay at Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island and onto ships to be sent abroad in Kona’s early “westernized” era. read more
Think of Hawaii and many of us think of waterfalls–just not usually right in downtown Waikiki. However, if you look hard enough you can discover many mini-falls inside the city. read more
This mural in downtown Kona is found on the pavilion at the Hale Halawai ocean front park. read more
Jutting up into the skyline just out side of Honolulu and famous Waikiki Beach, Diamond Head crater is perhaps the most photographed landmark on Hawaii’s island of Oahu. read more
Pictured from a sea wall at the north end of Waikiki Beach on Oahu, downtown Honolulu buildings rise into the sky while reflecting off calm waters behind the break. read more
The 10-day-long Kona Coffee Festival concludes with a street parade on Alii drive in downtown Kailua-Kona. Featured here is the HELCO (Hawaii Electric Light Company) train with engine, coal car, and caboose. read more