Taken on the ‘Road to Hana’ in Maui. Amazing drive!
It is an amazing drive. I have done it twice and was totally impressed both times. This shot is gorgeous.
The way that you capture the essence of nature is absolutely spectacular.I love your blog. Your pictures just bring me to a serene state of mind.
This is incredible.
Your over all work is spectacular.
U have a great view of eye and great talent to make us see what u seen.
That is a amazing picture and view. Really love it!
so very beautiful
Hope you continued on the road on the back side of Maui. The starkness of a volcanic island is spectacular! This is beautiful!
What a stunning photo!
The green in this photo is outstanding. Very nice!
Must have been wonderful to walk in this lush greenery along a river.
It’s an amazing place, and the photo is gorgeous.
Beautiful shot. The road to Hana is such a beautiful drive, albeit very winding.
Stunning photo…have not had a pleaasure of that road trip yet, but sure would love to do it on a motorcycle!
It is an absolute stunning picture! I love it!
Patrick! Beautiful work as always–what a stunning place to visit! The surfer shots were amazing, too. Thanks for posting.
Beautiful photo. I’ve been there and it is something you never forget.
What am amazing photograph! It looks like a wonderful place
What an awesome picture! Oh gosh, I’d love to jump there haha.
Exotic and inviting!
So glad to see this through your lens since I doubt I’ll ever get there!
Just cannot get over how you capture the light!
Beautiful as always. I love how white the water looks.
Such a startling change from your Rocky Mountain photos! But I shouldn’t be surprised to see that your tropical shots are just as stunning.
Those pictures are gorgeous, the location too.
Funny thought though, there is another place called Hana, in Norway, where you would find an amazing light and big sky, but not any jungle! The thing is, knowing the word for something isn’t always enough! Goes for almost everything! Loved your photos though! solveig
Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuude. Amazing shot. Makes me miss Hawaii.
Lovely…this photo draws you in!!!!
We’ve never driven all the way around. We were told the northern route was easier, thoroughly paved. After driving it from west to east, we were thoroughly traumatized to even attempt the Road to Hana. You are braver than we were. We did see some of the island by helicopter, which was wonderful.
Your photograph makes it even more beautiful and lusher than it really is. Stirred cherished memory, except perhaps for the motion sickness that one can harly avoid with the many twists and turns.
There is a beatiful Michael Ondaatje’s poem called, I believe, “On the Road to Hana”, It can be found in his collection called “The Cinnamon Peeler’s Wife”. Tried to find it on the web but couldn’t. It evokes perfectly the feeling of the road.
Stunningly beautiful picture, as always! 😀
That is so incredibly beautiful!
Just the title made me feel sick from having driven that road as a child. It is breathtaking. I love your work. It makes me smile. Well done.
How many bridges are there? 50 or something like that. I just remember being so sick. My sister lost her bikini top that day too. Prairie girls don’t know to much about that undertow. Sorry just had to add that in! Really do love your imagery.
After living in Maui for 9 months and viewing your photos, it makes me miss the island and its beauty. Your shots are great.
I’ve nominated you for the WordPress Family Award. Badge is posted on http://wp.me/p2xfel-dc and soon on my missions blog when I can get to that @ http://alifeinhishandsmissionpossible.wordpress.com/
Oh so pretty, reminds me of my home. Congrats on getting your own website. =) I really like the button that brings me back to the top. No more scrolling up! But it doesn’t seem to want to let me comment as a blogger
What an amazing looking place!
What a beautiful photo. We were just in Hawaii and weren’t able to go too far down the road to Hana this time around due to time constraints / it was getting dark. Hopefully next time I can make it to this lovely spot.