A picture postcard sample of the stunning red rock landscapes found in the Sedona, Arizona area. Scroll down to view an audio-visual slideshow of this geological wonderland. Sedona, Arizona, is a uniquely scenic area showcasing stunning geological formations, and the subject of many a photograph, by myriad photographers. While visiting a friend in Phoenix, I […]
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Think not that early Hawaiians had no roads, for they indeed did; wide, solid and well built trails which could accommodate people, horses, livestock and the movement of goods from one location to another around the island. The King’s Trail, also known as The Hoapili Trail, at one time circumnavigated the island. Now, only sporadic […]
The Pokowai sea arch on Maui’s southeastern shoreline, in the Nuu and Kaupo area, at the coastal base of Haleakala, the 10,000 dormant volcano, is a result of Haleakala’s past eruptions, as is the entire island. The Pokowai sea arch is a particularly striking feature and worth a visit to see. But, you won’t see […]
The Ke’anae Peninsula was created from an immense lava flow originating from Haleakala Crater. Centuries ago Hawaiians brought soil down, by hand, from the mountains to create the Ke’anae Peninsula. Their amazing display of physical labor is a testament to how revered this land is in Hawaiian culture. It is no wonder so much history is found here! Historically, Ke’anae […]
Come have a view, both still and video, of Jacaranda Highway. In mid-spring, on the upcountry slopes of Haleakala, on Maui, Hawaii, Jacaranda tress blossom, along the two main highways which connect the various upcountry residents and communities together, and to the rest of the island. Their bluish purple flowers become an annual sight attracting […]