Na Pali Spray
Photograph - Photograph
At the end of the road on the north side of Hawaii's island of Kaua'i, the cliffs of the Na Pali coast rise dramatically from the waters of the Pacific ocean. Along this rugged coastline of 3,000-foot cliffs, no roads exist. The only access to this landscape is by sea kayaking the rough currents, or hiking the rugged Kalalau trail. Here, the swells of the Pacific Ocean crash dramatically against the lava cliffs, sending a spray of saltwater 20 feet into the air, in front of the cliffs that recede into the sunset-illuminated distance.
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June 4th, 2013
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