Hawaii photos, matted prints, canvases, mugs, mousepads and treasure boxes. Charlene Meyers, a long-time resident of the Big Island of Hawaii, photographs many of the beautiful sites from around the Hawaii islands. Halemaumau Crater, Lava, Whales, Flowers, Birds, Honu, Hula, & more. The beauty of The Big Island comes alive in these Hawaii photos!
Looking for a special gift? The color changing mugs are a favorite gift for friends and family. Choose Lava Fountain, Lava Falls, Steamy Ocean Entry, Honu or Rainbows!
Choose canvases or matted prints to add that island feel to you home or office!
Don’t forget to check back for New Hawaii Photos!
Do you have a special request? Charlene would love to hear from you! Email today!
These amazing mugs make your morning coffee come alive! Just add any hot liquid and the black mug slowly reveals its image, a gorgeous photograph of a classic Hawaiian icon. Buy two or more and receive a discount!
Are you looking for a beautiful keepsake/jewelry box? Take a look at my mahogany boxes that feature photos of stunning Hawaiian scenes. These boxes are while supplies last only, only 20 of each available!
Flowers of the Big Island of Hawaii
Halemaumau Crater in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island.
Landscapes on the Big Island of Hawaii
The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
(Chelonia mydas) is the most common sea turtle in Hawaiian waters. It feeds on marine plants in shallow coastal waters throughout the Islands. Green sea turtles are primarily vegetarian and eat limu (algae) growing underwater on coral reefs and rocks in shallow waters.
The men and women of Hula. Photos taken at Merrie Monarch in Hilo, Hawaii.
The lava flow is one of the most amazing sights in Hawaii. This is the only state in the United States that you can walk up and see actual lava flowing. The lava flow changes daily and you never know what you are going to get the opportunity to see.
Birds, and other beautiful sights from around the Big Island of Hawai`i
During the winter season, Humpback whales come to Hawaii in order to raise their young. The young whales spend their days playing and learning to be a whale, watching them never gets boring!