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Anuenue is the Hawaiian word for “rainbow.” Here, a long anuenue stretches across Napili Bay on the island of Maui. Hanging above bright blue waters and sandy shores, this rainbow paints colors across the sky.
West Maui has a dry climate compared to much of the island, but the West Maui Mountains do create more than their fair share of rainbows.
Shore fishing at sunset from West Maui is a joy whether you like fishing or just watching. read more
A voggy horizon and partly cloudy night make for a gorgeous blue and orange sunset in West Maui. read more
Low tide reveals a narrow sandy beach on Maui’s west side at sunset. read more
A typical day in the life of those lucky enough to live and work in West Maui is to pass by this glorious view of Olowalu and the steep valleys of the West Maui Forest Reserve. read more
On Maui’s northwest side you will find picturesque Kahakuloa Village. 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 stand up paddler and his ride-along cruise quietly across calm waters off Maui, cutting through a golden sunset ringed by heavy clouds. read more
The West Maui Mountains stand tall against the skyline, rising sharply out of a glassy Maui sea. read more
King palm trees bow in the wind beneath dark gray clouds layered to blue skies above Lahaina, Maui. read more
There are hundreds of outrigger canoes found throughout Hawaii and Polynesia. Based on historic wood designs, the boats now are commonly constructed from fiberglass. Each boat has unique characteristics, shape, personality, and history. read more
This photo captures Front Street at sunset on a remarkably calm evening. As the last light of the day lingers in the sky, storefront lights dance on the water, warming up the scene while lending it a quaint village feel. read more