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Images of Maui in 2014

I always knew but never really appreciated the beautiful images that my home island, Maui, has to offer. It took me a photography class and a Canon Rebel t3 to capture a few. I hope you enjoy these. When I retire from selling real estate, I may take photography a little more seriously.

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A quiet day at Big Beach, Makena State Park

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Makena Landing area

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Lahaina Boat Harbor

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Banyan Tree in Lahaina

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Kepanewai State Park, Iao Valley (reflection study)

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Japanese Garden, Iao Valley

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Wailea Beach (reflection study with available light)

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Wailuku, Maui Tropical Plantation

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Wailea Mariott

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Wailuku, King Kamehameha Golf Club

Here’s to many more images in 2015.

Ken Molina 
ken@hawaiilife.com 
808.344.6421

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Dianne Jedlicki

January 6, 2015

I hope you don’t mind that I pinned a couple of your pictures on my Maui Pinterest board ~ I did give you credit for the photos. Please let me know if this is not ok with you, and I will delete them from my board.

Dianne Jedlicki

January 6, 2015

I hope you don’t mind that I pinned a couple of your pictures on my Maui Pinterest board ~ I did give you credit for the photos. Please let me know if this is not ok with you, and I will delete them from my board.

Ken Molina

January 7, 2015

Yes, go ahead and pin. I’m glad you liked them.

Ken Molina

January 7, 2015

Yes, go ahead and pin. I’m glad you liked them.

Justin - Customer Experience

January 9, 2015

Nice work Ken. Great feel for the Maui life.

Justin - Customer Experience

January 9, 2015

Nice work Ken. Great feel for the Maui life.

Ken Molina

January 9, 2015

@ justin. was hard picking out just a few. I can’t imagine doing photography and having to choose which prints you actually want to develop.

Ken Molina

January 9, 2015

@ justin. was hard picking out just a few. I can’t imagine doing photography and having to choose which prints you actually want to develop.

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