July 23, 2014

Valley of the Kings










Waipi'o Valley sits five miles deep on the Big Island. It is known as the Valley of the Kings as it was once home to many of the early Hawaiian rulers. At this time, however, fewer than 100 people live here. Other than on "Main Street", there is no electricity. It is remote, wild, and gorgeously lush. The descent into the valley is something of a white-knuckle affair, but the rewards are incredible.

4 comments:

Nadia - The Life In A Year said...

These are sooo beautiful... The ones with The horses look like a fairytale!

Lauren Bond said...

Awesome photography.

Adrew Miller said...

Awesome to see this beautiful art of Australian photography.

Art work Australia

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