Hawaii Rusting Pier: Ipuka

Ipuka

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. Aptly named by the photographer, ʻīpuka means, “door, gateway, or opening in the wall for the admission of light or air” in the Hawaiian language.

From the Photographer:

“The remnants of an old pier rusting away over time. Canon 5D MK II, 17-40 L.”

We love to stare into the posted tunnel gateway and wonder what is on the other side.

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About Mike Neubauer

Hawaii based landscape photographer Mike Neubauer has been honing his craft for over 15 years. His fascination with light and the elements of nature play nicely into his compositions. Trained at The Art Institute of Colorado, Mike has become a master at portraying the magic of nature in full grandeur. After spending time in Italy studying photography, Mike moved to the Hawaiian Islands. A perfectionist with an acute sense of detail, Mike has since explored the lush landscapes of Hawaii in pursuit of capturing the essence of its beauty. His awe inspiring images have attracted the attention of gallery owners, national magazines and international art distribution houses that proudly feature his work. A selection of Mike's work can be found on his website at mknbr.com.