A remaining channel marker at the Mala Pier of Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii.
A pair of pebbled butterflyfish near the stern of the Carthaginian off the coast of Lahaina. Maui, HI.
Big-scale soldierfish remain eerily still in the engine room of the Carthaginian. Coastal Lahaina off the island of Maui, HI.
A diver near the prop of the Carthaginian wreck off the coast of Lahaina on the island of Maui, HI.
A green turtle heading up for a breath of fresh air at the Mala Pier near Lahaina on the island of Maui, HI.
A unique lava tube formation has created this famous site called First Cathedral. Lanai, HI.
A diver patiently awaits her turn to enter a lava tube at a site called Wash Rock off the coast of Lanai.
Shallow-water snorkeling allows visitors to Maui to enjoy encounters like this.
A school of bluestripe snappers near Wash Rock off the coast of Lanai, HI.
Swim-throughs and cool lava formations abound at Wash Rock off the coast of the island of Lanai, HI.
A school of raccoon butterflyfish greets me after visiting First Cathedral off the coast of Lanai, HI.
Swim-throughs and cool lava formations abound at First Cathedral off the coast of the island of Lanai, HI.
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