Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve Park, Oahu

December 27, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Hanauma bay was a recreational area used by Hawaiian nobility, including King Kamehameha and Queen Ka‘ahumanu, who fished, entertained visitors, and sponsored games there. The Bay was also used as a layover and as a navigational lookout point, since the waters between Oahu and Molokai are at times difficult. This beautiful place is where archeol...
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Waialua Sunflower Fields, Oahu

November 27, 2014  •  1 Comment
About 3 weeks ago we attempted to find the Sunflower Fields in Waialua but ran into bumpy dirt roads that lead to nowhere, No Trespassing & Private Property signs, and locked gates at each and every road that we thought we might have been able to find these fields. We could see the fields in the distance but they are quite challenging to find our w...
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Pearl Harbor, USS Missouri and USS Arizona Memorial

February 02, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
The Battleship Missouri or “Mighty Mo”, is perhaps the best known, and most used ship in U.S. History. There are guided tours or you walk the decks of this amazing battleship, which fought in World War II and the Gulf War, marvel at its massive gun turrets, and take a self-guided exploration through the living quarters and command center of the gre...
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Kaiwa Ridge / Pill Box Trail - Kailua, Hawaii

January 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
During my travels I enjoy photographing the beautiful landscapes and attractions that my destinations have to offer. Since I am new to the Island and don't really have a clue as to where the great spots are I did a bit of googling and found Hawaii Photography Tours and decided to meetup with Chris Rose, the owner, for their free monthly Photo Walk.
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Makapu'u Point & Beach - Oahu, Hawaii

January 21, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Makapuʻu is the extreme eastern end of the Island of Oʻahu in the Hawaiian Islands, comprising the remnant of a ridge that rises 647 feet (197 m) above the sea. The cliff at Makapuʻu Point forms the eastern tip and is the site of a prominent lighthouse. Visit Gallery The place name of this area, meaning "bulging eye" in Hawaiian, is thought to d...
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