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”
The remarkable Royal Hawaiian Hotel stands on Waikiki beach in Oahu in 1951 while visitors take advantage of ample open space. read more
Known by many as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific” the Royal Hawaiian Hotel has become an icon on the shores of Waikiki Beach. read more
The Kilauea Lighthouse has had its foundations set in Kauai’s northernmost point as a protector of trade ships since May 5, 1913. read more
St. Philomena Church is located in Kalawao county on Moloka’i–the location of the Kalaupapa Hansen’s Disease colony. read more
Honolulu shines into the night sky above Oahu island from Ala Moana Beach Park, resisting the night sky lit with stars. read more
Built between 1880 and 1882, ‘Iolani palace was erected to show that Hawaii was indeed a prestigious, modern nation. read more
Iconic Diamond Head crater rises in the background while scenic (and small for most of us youngsters) Waikiki beach and the up-and-coming town of Honolulu come to life in the foreground. read more
We’ve seen other shots of the Byodo-In Temple in the valley of Ko’olau on Oahu, but this is our favorite to date. read more
About half a mile past Sea Life Park and northwest of Kaupo Beach on Oahu’s Windward coast one finds the Makai Pier. The pier’s positioning and pillars make for dramatic images of repetition and of man-made meeting nature. read more
Barbers Point Lighthouse stands tall and proud on southwest Oahu as a beacon warning ships from certain wreckage based on years of experience. read more
The iconic Waikiki skyline casts it shadow toward the Diamond Head volcanic cone as Honolulu stretches inland across southern Oahu. read more