Waterfalls, rainbows and sun on Kaua’i

Kaua’i, the oldest of the Hawaiian islands, is as close to paradise as you could imagine. Yes, it’s expensive, the weather is a little hit or miss and, of course, it’s pretty far away from everything, but it’s also an island you’ll never want to leave. I had the opportunity to visit last month thanks to Koloa Landing Resort in …

Big Island magic in Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii offers a totally different world from what tourists are used to in O’ahu, and I got to experience the island for two weeks in December. Hawaii Island — more commonly just called the Big Island — is rugged, rural and remote. There are few roads, fewer people and fewer towns, but sometimes that’s exactly what …

Aloha: Exploring Hawaii from land and air

I recently spent 10 days in Hawaii, exploring the island of O’ahu with some friends. It really is a photographer’s dream, with a variety of terrain, landscapes and places to hike. Below are a few of my favorite photos — I’ll post more later on. The above shot was taken at sunset at Eternity Beach at the Hālona Blowhole lookout …