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Kaʻena or Kaena Point is the westernmost tip of land on the island of Oahu.
In Hawaiian, kaʻena means 'the heat'. The area was named after a brother or cousin of Pele who accompanied her from Kahiki. The State of Hawaiʻi has designated the point as a Natural Area Reserve to protect nesting Laysan Albatrosses and wedge-tailed Shearwaters, Hawaiian monk seals, and the fragile native strand vegetation that has been restored there.
During the winter months, Oʻahu's North Shore is typically bombarded by large, powerful waves that attract surfers from around the world. It is rumored that Kaʻena Point typically has waves up to 50 feet in height, larger than those at Waimea Bay,...
Brian Harig is a fine art nature and landscape photographer. He travels throughout the world and has the opportunity to capture a host of beautiful images from all parts of the globe. Brian's photographic ability, passion, creativity and attention to detail make his images very desirable for the collector and the home decorator alike. Brian is interested in photographing a number of different subjects and has compiled an impressive collection of award-winning images for you to choose from.
Portfolio can be found at brianharig.com
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