Lanai’s southern sea cliffs look imposing against the colored sky and calm ocean.
Kaunolu Village was known as a fishing retreat. Used by royalty like King Kamehameha I, it was–and still is–a spectacular get away.
For entertainment, one can consider diving into the ocean from spots along the tall cliffs: known as “Kehekili’s Leap”, it is a 60-foot dive that proved bravery.
From the Photographer:
“I spent the past few days here on lanai camping and enjoying the scenery…”
A solitary palm tree sways gently in the night breeze on a Lana’i beach under the moonlight. read more
Lanai looks amazing by sunset across the channel from a Maui beach. This evening brought calm seas, red-purple clouds, and an inspiring view of Hawaii. read more
Every now and then we like to look at Hawaii from a different perspective–like space, for example. read more
A blue wave breaks while approaching the shore at Hulopo’e Bay, Lana’i, giving us the chance to see inside the wave curl–a brief moment in time sought to be seen by many. read more
A small pod of Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins rest during the day near Manele Bay on Lana’i. read more
Near Palaoa Point on Lana’i’s southwestern shores a wave-eroded islet peaks just above water line, facing pali (cliffs) ranging between 100 and 350 feet tall. read more