Dancing In This Life
Sunrise tree silhouette at Isaac Hale Park.
Pahoehoe Lava Texture
The interesting patterns of cooled Pahoehoe lava.
View of horses grazing as seen from the back yard at The Parents' House.
Donald Trump Tree
This tree near South Point could have its own reality TV show.
The clouds that keep Hilo damp with rain are unable to crest the mighty volcanos of the Big Island.
Twilight On Mauna Kea
Watching night turn to day 11,000 feet above the Pacific.
South Point Cliff
A kayaker paddles beneath the cliffs of the southernmost point in the USA.
You don't have to tell this tree that South Point Hawaii is a windy place.
Punalu'u Black Sand Beach
Tourists enjoying the water and black sand beach at Punalu'u.
Bright yellow sea grass contrasts dark lava rock at Punalu'u.
Walking across the cinder outfall of the 1959 eruption of Kīlauea Iki
Steam vents in Volcanoes National Park.
Volcanic fog is called vog. This is where it comes from.
While beautiful, the non-indiginous albezia tree is a menace, as it easily topples in heavy wind and causes major damage.
After a morning spent chasing perfect cloudy skies, I found an interesting landscape below my feet.
Roots Rock Lava
A tree clings to the black lava beach with wooden tentacles.
Waking Up To Perfection
Sunrise reflections in the tide pools at Isaac Hale Park.
Lava Seas Part 2
As the sun sets, the sky cools.
Beautiful cloud patterns foreshadow an excellent sunset.
Tidepool Vacation Home
A vacation rental faces public tide pools that offer perfectly clear swimming.
Dr. Seuss Trees
The more that you travel, the more things you will see. The more that you observe, the deeper you'll be.