Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Sharing my 2008 Nature Photos in Hawaii!

This post is in honor of the 5th Annual Nature Photography Day!! I was not able to get out and SHOOT today, so I thought I'd share some of my favorite nature shots I took a couple years ago when we went to Hawaii!! I fell in love with plumerias and orchids while we were there!! I would also LOVE to go do a whole week on Kauai!! 6 of the following shots were on Kauai! The orchids were shot in Hilo at an orchid farm. The others were shot on Maui. Even with it raining and overcast the whole time, it was BEAUTIFUL EVERYWHERE we went!! 

Hope you ENJOY!! Let me know your thoughts!  =D

*All images copyrighted by Holly Jackson
Please do not use my images without permission. Thanks!  ;D

NaPali Coast, Kauai
Beach on Kauai
Waimea Canyon, Kauai

Taken on Kauai

Orchid Farm in Hilo, Hawaii
Orchid Farm in Hilo, Hawaii
Orchid Farm in Hilo, Hawaii
Orchid Farm in Hilo, Hawaii
Orchid Farm in Hilo, Hawaii
Iao Needle, Maui
Near Iao Needle, Maui

Near Iao Needle, Maui
Near the BIG OLD BANYON Tree in Maui
A resort in Maui
I think this flower was shot in Kona, Hawaii
Hmmm... this was a beach either on Maui or Kauai. LOL!
The wild roosters were EVERYWHERE and VERY colorful!!


Pavithra said...

Wow!! I absolutely loved the pics! :D I am trying my hand at photography too and I have started by getting a good camera..Long way to go before my pics begin to anything like your's!

I particularly liked the hibiscus shot! :)

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Mommy2Four said...

WOW! Beautiful!

paige said...

These are beautiful! I've never been to Hawaii. Some of these oddly remind me of the Andes.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I'm glad you found me! This is the first of your blogs I clicked on and it was worth it!

Sarah said...

WOW!! I'm dying to go to Hawaii! It looks so beautiful.

Holly said...

Thank you so much for the comments! I really need to check old posts for comments more often! I'm glad you enjoyed them! ((HUGS))

Handsfullmom said...

Stunning! I never connected roosters with Hawaii -- how funny.

Holly said...

Handsfull: Thanks!! I'm definitely going BACK! ;D And the roosers are wild and everywhere!! I was surprised!! However, they are color and beautiful just like everything around them!! I couldn't resist the shot!