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How Vast Can Beauty Be?
Photo By Sean Smith

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Photographer: Sean Smith

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  • Title: How Vast Can Beauty Be?
  • State/Province/Region (required): Hawaii
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Town: Waimanalo
  • Description: On Oahu's southeast shoreline there is a point called Mokapu'u. On the ridge overlooking the point there are old pillboxes from world war 2 lookouts. Below is the Mokapu'u lighthouse. It is the eastern-most point on Oahu and on clear days Molokai and Maui can be seen from here. During the winter months humpback whales can be seen breeching from this point as well. My wife and I had just completed the scramble to the top of the ridge and she was taking a rest when I captured this shot.
  • Brief Directions: Take H1 east from Honolulu. Follow the road until it turns into Kalanianaole Hwy. Follow the road around Koko crater and past Hanauma Bay. Once you begin heading north the parking lot will be on your right just before Hawaii Sealife Park.
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Gear: Nikon D200, Nikkor 18-200vr.

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