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The Hawaiian Island of Maui, The Valley Isle. Images from Mt. Haleakala to Hana.
  • The US and Hawaiian flag flying near Hana, Maui.
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  • A sugar cane field growing on the island of Maui.
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  • A wild banyon tree growing in Hana, Maui.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • O'heo Gulch Pools, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, in Hana, Maui. The pools are fed by the Pipiwai stream and features several picturesque water falls. Charles Lindburg's gravesite is also located near the pools.
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  • A tropical flower on Maui.
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  • Menu from Mama's Fish House, a Maui favorite.
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  • A Mai Tai from Mama's Fish House, one of Maui's best restaurants.
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  • Smoke stacks at HC&S sugar plantation on Maui. The plant crushes the sugar cane and burns off the remaining leaves and branches. The steam generated by the burning feeds a small power plant that sells electricity to the island.
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  • Beach area in front of Mama's Fish House, one of Maui's best restaurants.
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  • The Haleakala Silversword, Argyroxiphium sandwicense subspecies macrocephalum, growing on Mt. Haleakala at the 6000-9000 foot level. .This is the only place on Earth where the Silverswords are located. They are also considered to be an endangered plant species, with many lost to vandalism, trampling, and a feral goat population.
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  • The Haleakala Silversword, Argyroxiphium sandwicense subspecies macrocephalum, growing on Mt. Haleakala at the 6000-9000 foot level. .This is the only place on Earth where the Silverswords are located. They are also considered to be an endangered plant species, with many lost to vandalism, trampling, and a feral goat population. .The Silversword produces purple blooms, then expires.
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  • The Haleakala Silversword, Argyroxiphium sandwicense subspecies macrocephalum, growing on Mt. Haleakala at the 6000-9000 foot level. .This is the only place on Earth where the Silverswords are located. They are also considered to be an endangered plant species, with many lost to vandalism, trampling, and a feral goat population. .The Silversword produces purple blooms, then expires.
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  • The Haleakala Silversword, Argyroxiphium sandwicense subspecies macrocephalum, growing on Mt. Haleakala at the 6000-9000 foot level. .This is the only place on Earth where the Silverswords are located. They are also considered to be an endangered plant species, with many lost to vandalism, trampling, and a feral goat population.
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  • The Haleakala Silversword, Argyroxiphium sandwicense subspecies macrocephalum, growing on Mt. Haleakala at the 6000-9000 foot level. .This is the only place on Earth where the Silverswords are located. They are also considered to be an endangered plant species, with many lost to vandalism, trampling, and a feral goat population. .The Silversword produces purple blooms, then expires.
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  • Sugar cane burning on Maui. Can fields are set ablaze at 100 acre increments in preparation for harvest. Local residents complain about the ash, often referred to as Maui Snow, and asthma problems..Maui is the last place on Earth where open burning of sugar cane fields is still performed.
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  • Sugar cane burning on Maui. Can fields are set ablaze at 100 acre increments in preparation for harvest. Local residents complain about the ash, often referred to as Maui Snow, and asthma problems..Maui is the last place on Earth where open burning of sugar cane fields is still performed.
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  • View from Mt. Haleakala of Maui's new wind farm on the northern part of the island.
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  • Plumeria flowers for Lei making in Lahaina, Maui.
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  • Plumeria flowers for Lei making in Lahaina, Maui.
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