Napali Coast Hike - 11x14 Aluminum Print - $250
This trail is probably impressive trail I have ever been on with its lush jungle vegetation and contrasting red mud. This first part of the trail is steep and rocky in places and almost always muddy - close-by Mount Waialeale is the second wettest spot on earth.
11x14 Aluminum Print - $250
Situated at Hanalei Bay, Pu'u Poa Beach is framed by lush green mountains and the St. Regis Princeville. As a guest of the hotel, you can take the elevator right down to the beach. As a visitor, you have to try your luck finding a parking spot in a small lot that only has room for a dozen cars before descending almost 200 steps to the beach.
The beach itself is protected by an offshore reef, making it generally safe for swimming and snorkeling. Snorkeling close to the shore is easy, but unfortunately people all too often walk on the reef itself, destroying a fragile natural habitat for swarms of colorful fish and other sea life.
Night Image of the Capital in Washington D.C. as seen from the Washington Monument
Rower in the early morning hours in front of Key Bridge
Somewhere in the harsh desert of Borrego Springs, California you can find a collection of well over hundred metal sculptures made by California artist Ricardo Breceda.
One of the most spectacular creations is this serpent with a rattlesnake tail and a dragon’s head measuring at about 350 feet long (~105 meters).