Daniel Sullivan "Kahakuloa"
Fine Art Photography Print of Kahakuloa by Daniel Sullivan available in different sizes.
The isolated village of Kahakuloa sits between the bays of Pi'ilani. The eighteenth-century King Kahekili--Maui's legendary last chief, used to leap 200 feet into the water from the Kahakuloa Head. The 636-foot-high volcanic dome Kahakuloa Head towers over the deep, blue ocean.
Kahakuloa is found along West Maui's rugged north shore, between Kapalua and Wailuku, which has some of the most ravishingly beautiful wild ocean and coastline combinations in the world.
Daniel Sullivan, an award-winning photographer based in Maui, explores the the diverse, unique landscape of breathtaking waterfalls, multicolored beaches and the rich cultural heritage of Hawaii.
"Colour plays and important role in my photography. It has the ability to engage the spirit, illuminate light and energy, and transcend the moment." Daniel Sullvian
Daniel Sullivan has a gallery in Maui, and his works are displayed around the world. He also offers bespoke photography tours on Maui, helping his students hone their skills in the field to photograph turtles on the beach, massive waterfalls, taro patches and vestiges of ancient Hawaii.
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