These unique images were captured while adventuring Big Island and Molokai Hawaii
The Slider Lily or Hurricane Lily flowers in the late summer after heavy rain storms. This colorful portal image was created on the Hamakua Coast.
There are several hundred species of Hibiscus flowers in the world. This was created in Kona.
The Hibiscus is the Hawaii state flower. It’s a very powerful and magical flower. This portal was created on the Hamakua Coast.
This Star Flower is also called the Egyptian Starflower and is very adaptable. We found this one near The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Gardens near Hilo.
Lily of the Nile
This flower is commonly known as Lily of the Nile. The portal was discovered at the Nani Mau Gardens near Hilo.
Hamakua meaning, The Breath of God, is a magical place. Here you will be embraced by some of the cleanest air in the world. This image was created of the skyline.
The Oyster plant has a vibrant color when wet from the rain. This image was captured at the The Pacific Tsunami Museum in Hilo. Dedicated to the history of the April 1, 1946 Pacific Tsunami and the May 23, 1960 Chilean Tsunami, which devastated much of the eastern coast.
The Plumeria Flowers are most fragrant during the evening to lure in the Sphinx Moth. These bright yellow Plumerias were found near the Halawa Valley Bay.
The Lehua Flower is the official flower of the Big Island. This flower grows on the ‘Ōhi’a Tree. The image comes from within the Kīlauea Iki Crater in Volcanoes National Park.
The cultivated Garden Crotons has a diversity of leaf shapes and colors. This portal was discovered on Ali’i Drive in Kona.
The vibrant Star of the East flower blooms year round. This was witnessed in Mountain View.