My favorite falls on the ‘Road to Hana”. It can be seen from the road but this viewpoint can be attained by scrambling down some rocks on the far side of the bridge. From there just rock hop your way under the bridge and to the falls.
I wish there was a Love this button. I havent had a vacation in a while and this is beautiful man.
Love the name, beautiful place!
I have always dreamed to go there…One day maybe…
I just wanted to comment that you take beautiful pictures. Wonderful photography.
Makes me wish I was there right now!
Thanks for this view of the Three Bears. When we saw it after a rainstorm in June, the waterfall was one huge bear, roaring.
Hello, I wrote a bit about your website on my blog.
Just letting you know.
I’m so jealous of your adventures.
So soothingly lovely.
Thanks for the follow, your blog is inspiring me to write even more (and abuse my dslr)!!!
I really liked this post, I immediately thought of a hiking trip i went on in PA when I saw this have a great night
mmmm, i can hear the raging yet peaceful water splash all around… beautiful as always, patrick!
That’s a great view – almost like you placed them there.
Gorgeous! We didn’t have enough time to do ‘the road to hanna’ last trip. Did you do it in one day?
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Beautiful photo from Patrick Latter.
Maui No Ka Oi! Great photo!
I love Maui. I’ve never been to this place though. Nice photos.
“…and his voice as the sound of many waters.” Revelations 1:15b
That is beautiful – and well worth rock hopping!
Wow your photos really capture your lovely holiday…
…scrambling down some rocks… that’s part of your greatness.
Just to let you know, I’ve nominated you for a peer-style blog award that invites you to share the love – check back to my blog for more details
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Photos make you wanna take a vacation and see the world.
As I still cannot ‘like’ any of your photos, a short comment hoping it will work…
Lovely rock hopping!
Still enjoying your photos (in a silent way…)
Impressive place. Excellent picture!
I named my daughter, Hana, after the road.
Is there a story behind the name (other than Goldilocks)? Isn’t Hawaii bear-less? Great photo. Ken
Beautiful as always!
you had just been nominated fot the Sunshine Award.
This is GORGEOUS! And so ironic you posted this today – my boyfriend and I are going to Maui in a few months. I was super excited before, but now I think I’m about to BURST!
My son lives near Maui. This weekend I sent him a link to a NYT article about Georgia O’Keeffe’s time there. He said even O’Keeffee couldn’t translate the majesty and beauty of the sights he passes by on his everyday commute. Your photographs certainly do them justice. Breathtaking.
Wow! Could those greens be any more vivid? Spectacular!
Beautiful! I actually work for a resort that is in Hana! Let me know if you are going to be staying at Travaasa Hana!
that’s simply beautiful!
How ‘ya doin’ there on Maui? I’ll be you loved the Hana Rd., if you don’t get carsick, that is! Enjoy your time there.
What a beautiful place and superb image. I wonder if Goldilocks is lurking nearby….
Amazing photo. As all of your photos are, thank you for sharing them with us.
Thanks for this! I’m heading to Maui this Saturday and I’m definitely planning on doing the road to Hana – and this looks gorgeous!
Your photos are sheer poetry.
Dreams are made of these
It is so beautiful. Your photography is surreal.
Hi, You follow a blog I have called Brissos, which is rather inactive sorry. Thanks for your interest.
I have a blog called Collabr8 that shows some photos by Laurence Aberhardt – extraordinary NewZealand Photographer who has inspired many NZ photographers, artists and filmmakers (Peter Jackson, Lord of the Rings, Jane Campion- The Piano) See http://collabr8.wordpress.com
Also on another blog Architects’ Wives, i show some pics taken by a young friend Shantanu Starick of our property in the hills not far from Brisbane. http://architectswives.wordpress.com/2012/10/13/the-pixel-trade-images/
You might enjoy checking out his photography project called http://www.thepixeltrade.com
As i write this i think i have already told you this….?? oh well.
Beautiful. I was just there today!
I haven’t been on the road since I was kid, tyvm… need to visit
Beautiful and what a clever name for this trio of falls.
Lovely and oh so inviting.
ok totally off topic but i waz doing research and your profile reminds me of Prince Casiraghi…. just had to tell yu
No comments? I’m the first one? Well, well, I like this picture and the place depicted. I’ve never been to Hawaii, and I don’t know if I’ll ever get there. For now, I have to rely on such images, and this one is good.
Maui is nice, but Big Island no ka oi! If you get the chance, hike from Waipio Valley to Pololu next time you go to Hawaii, the shots you can get out there will blow you away!
Thanks for liking my post on Life Colors.
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Wow, if these are just the preview of your trip, we are in for some stunning beauty. I always enjoy your captions, even the techie stuff.
My home state! Gorgeous 😀 Such a lush green.
The falls look magical. Makes me want to go there too.
You have the most magnificent pictures. It’s as if I can just reach out and jump in!
I thought that the road to Hana was terrifying….but gorgeous.
What beauty! I do want to visit Canada or even live there with my family.
dude, i love your pictures. how much do you work on them afterwards? they are really crazy nice! but who the f**k is paying for all your travels? 😉
What a lovely place. Were you able to swim?
Amazing, did you achieve the moving or falling water feel with shutter speed manipulation?
Just beautiful. Thanks.
Can’t get enough of waterfalls. Keep up the good shots and thanks for following us ^^
So gorgeous! Makes me want to go swimming.
That looks so delightfully cool and green!
seems like a really magical place
I love waterfalls.
Beautiful! I’ve never visited those falls…will have to someday.
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Such a pretty waterfall. ;-p
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