I captured this image while visiting the Hawaiian Island of Kaui in 2013. I had arrived early for a photo shoot of an entirely different nature, so my colleagues and I decided to take a quick trip into the town of Hanalei to check it out. We stopped briefly, just before getting into Hanalei, at this location to take a few photos. Something about the overall scene, with the clouds and this vast panorama of plants in the foreground, caught my eye and this is what I ended up capturing.
If you're ever traveling from Princetown to Hanalei, pull to the left, down a short dirt road when you see this huge field of plants and THIS is the view you'll be treated too. Enjoy!
Capture Date: May 24, 2013 - 2:22 PM
Currently offering "standard edition" print number 1
"On the Way to Hanalei Bay" (Signed • Numbered • Limited Edition)
We are currently offering this image in 3 different finishes.
"Metallic Paper" (on masonite) - This is our most economic finish. We start with a silver halide print on "metallic" paper, which gives the final print a sort of "shimmering" look and enhances the color. We then mount on 3/16th masonite and add a protective glossy lamination over the front surface. PLEASE NOTE: We recommend framing these prints in order to display and protect them properly.
"Aluminum" - A sublimation process print made directly onto a piece of 3/64 (1.19mm) aluminum. 1/2 inch (12.7mm) deep mounting blocks are fixed to the back so that the print is ready to hang on the wall, giving it a clean contemporary look.
Please NOTE: It is the nature of Aluminum Prints to slightly alter the color of the photograph. We don't have any side by side comparisons at this time, but please feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions.
"Acrylic Face Mount" - Also a silver halide print, that is then sandwiched between a piece of 1/4 in (6.35mm) clear acrylic and a piece of 1/4 in (6.35mm) black acrylic. A 1/2 in (12.7mm) deep wood "stand-off" frame is attached to the back for easy hanging, creating a finished look that is suitable for many different types of decor.
All prints are hand signed and dated in the bottom right hand corner AND hand numbered in the bottom left hand corner.