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Maui During Fall

Maui During Fall

Maui During Fall

Maui During Fall

Maui During Fall

Photos by Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette

Clockwise from top left: A fleeting rainbow in the blowhole’s mist at Nakalele Point; A viewpoint near the top of Haleakala Peak, Maui’s highest point at 10,023 feet; Basalt columns in La Perouse Bay; Coconut tree at Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery; The silversword is endemic to Haleakala Peak, whose climate is an alpine desert; A wedge-tailed shearwater sits in front of its nest beside Kapalua Coastal Trail along Kapalua Bay; Wedge-tailed shearwaters rear their young in shallow ground burrows, and some are obvious from the trail; Nakalele Point’s blowhole mist is a colorful experience; Colorful sugarcane at Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery; Whether it was sunset or daytime, there was always an interesting view from the beachfront studio; A flower on Kapalua Coastal Trail