While working on the project "A New Discovery ~ Black & White Infrared Film Landscapes of the Hawaiian Islands", I also photographed other areas and landmarks of the Hawaiian Islands using an old medium format camera and traditional black & white 120mm film. Like "A New Discovery", I began this project largely out of the desire to preserve a beauty still largely unhampered by commercial development. For example, I created the piece "Banyan Tree, Oahu" because this ancient tree was under threat of being destroyed by a developer that wanted to build a resort on the land the tree inhabited. I'll never forget seeing the giant Banyan tree for the first time. The sheer size of it was mind blowing. I feel blessed to have experienced these amazing places first hand and to have had the opportunity to document them. This body of work is offered as limited edition warm toned archival pigment ink prints. To see more of my work from this series, please visit my website. Mahalo!