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Pearl City, Oahu, Hawaii


Mauka view from Palisades.

Twilight view across Maunalua Bay on the island of Oahu. A favorite spot of mine in the islands.


Post by Stephen Ball Photography.


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A pretty tree in Maui, Hawaii. I'm going through some photos that I never edited from a vacation in July 2009.

Na Pali coast of Kauai, Hawaii, via a Jack Harter Hughes 500 helicopter, sans doors.

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A bright green fern emerges from a decades old lava flow from Kilauea on the Island of Hawaii. It can take centuries for a lava field to be reclaimed by vegatation, but it all starts with small growth like this.

This was taken hand held in Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort in the Big Island (Hawaii Island), cropped, no other manipulation.

Nikon D700 / Nikon 70-200mm

Exposure 1/1600

Aperture f/2.8

Focal Length 200 mm

ISO Speed 220

Exposure Bias 0 EV


My other photos of Hawaii flowers and plants:


My other photos of Hawaii landscape (and sea scape):

Sunset as hurricane Iselle nears Kihei, Maui Hawaii.

Anaehoomalu Bay, Puako, HI

Post Sunset

The Big Island


We were supposed to be at the Mauna Kea Visitor Center this night to star gaze, but we were so beat from the previous day's activities that we decided to stay at the resort. We didn't get to see a sunset in Hawaii yet, so we headed down to the beach to hopefully get a good view. I was skeptical since the clouds seemed to roll in every night around sunset the week we were there.


This shot was taken shortly after sunset. I was amazed to see how quickly the stars began to shine through. I'm not used to being in areas with minimal light pollution. This made me wonder what I would've seen at the visitor center had we driven up.


We were simply touring around and found this view point along the highway. What a view, huh !

The colorful sunrise on the Windward side of Oahu will take your breath away! Just east of Lanikai beach are two small islets called Na Mokulua, or “the Moks,” which means “the two islands” in Hawaiian. I tried to capture a stunning drama of nature just before the sunrise with these islets in the background. This beach is considered to be one of few spots in Hawaii to observe sunrise. It was worth of every effort to wake up very early on a Hawaiian vac morning and drive few miles in the dark to witness this unforgettable event!

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Best viewed at large.

i'm pretty satisfied with this one out of all the other shoots from yesterday.


Elvis Pressley starred in a movie from way back in the 60's calledBlue Hawaii.

This is on the east coast of Oahu. Mary and I climbed to the top of this hill to get the shot. On top of the hill was World War 2 concrete lookout bunkers.

I arrived in Hawaii last night! expect more pics soon ;)

Hawaii Botanical Gardens

This photo was teken, hand held, in the Japanese Garden in the Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort.

No post processing except size reduction.

Nikon D700 / 70-200mm 2.8


Aperture f/2.8

Focal Length 200 mm

ISO Speed 200

Exposure Bias 0 EV


My other photos of Hawaii flowers and plants:


My other photos of Hawaii landscape (and sea scape):

Taken hand held in North Shore, Oahu Island, Hawaii. I have seen photos of mist over the waves in the North Shore during sunset and was always fascinated. So I set high speed (some even set at 1/2000 when photographing surfers) to freeze the mist under strong backlight.


Exposure 1/800

Aperture f/8

Focal Length 340 mm

ISO 200


My other photos of Hawaii landscape (and sea scape):

One of the rainier places in the U.S. We were driving up Mauna Kea to the observatories

Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

Scuba dive Hawaii with RaiinbowScuba of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Looking north on the Kona coast toward the lights of downtown Kailua

Black Sand Beach at Waipio Valley

Hawaii. The valley was the capital and permanent residence of many early Hawaiian aliʻi (kings) up until the time of King ʻUmi.

Monday, November 8 in Kaanapali, Maui, Hawaii.


Monday, November 8, 2010 in Kaanapali, Maui, Hawaii

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