Waves wash up to the rocks, causing the hazy effect.
As I stand near the edge, water rushes over the 173 foot Waimea falls.
The Waimea Falls are a large tourist attraction. Even when the people have left the falls, there are still signs that people have been there.
The glass beach is covered in pieces of sea glass. The beach is right next to a refinery. It shows the struggle between nature and industrialism.
A dead tree's roots prevents it from falling off the cliff.
Two people sit on the beach to watch the last rays of sunlight disappear for the day.
Even Hawaii can be white in the winter. A wave hit the rocks making the water appear to be snow.
The rain is lit up by the sun shining through the clouds.
A girl sits on Barking Sand while admiring the amazing view of the night sky.
Mount Waiʻaleʻale on Kauai is the wettest place on earth.there is an average of 452 inches of rain per year. This is a valley leading down from its summit.
A lookout over Waimea Canyon reveals a land of beauty. It has been called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.