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Pristine Kawailoa Bay

Mahaulepu, Kawailoa Bay, Kauai, Hawaii

The undeveloped, raw coastline of Mahaulepu's Kawailoa Bay showcases it's beauty in this shot. The Mahaulepu Beaches (there are actually three of them) are of historical significance to the people of Kaua'i. In 1796 King Kamehehamehe launched the first of two invasions at these beaches. The invasion was a massive failure as many of the canoes sank during a storm on the trip from Oahu to Kauai. Some of the warriors made it to these shores, and the few that weren't killed in battle fled to the big island of Hawaii in fear of the King's wrath for their failure.

Open Edition Fine Art Print Styles for Pristine Kawailoa Bay

Gorgeous luxurious fine art prints of "Pristine Kawailoa Bay" are available below:

Fine Art Print (Print only):

Fine art archival ink print, printed on beautiful paper with a matte surface.


Plaque Mount:

Plaque mount, also known as wood mount, color plaque and color box is by far my most popular style of prints. These wood mounted images come ready to hang on the wall. (Visit the prints page for more info)


Metal Print:

A metal print is one of the most beautiful types of prints I offer. Your photo is heat infused into a specially coated superior quality aluminum sheet creating a scratch, water and UV resistant ready-to-hang print.


Acrylic Print:

An acrylic print is the most stunning of all my print types. If you're looking for a statement piece, this is it! Your print is mounted onto clear acrylic, making it jump off the wall with vibrance and sharpness.


A portion of the profit from sales of this photo are donated to charities that help fight child trafficking or in nature and conservation. For more information, visit the Fotos4Freedom program page.

Free shipping within the United States! Please contact me to purchase from outside of the United States or if you are inquiring about bulk orders. Please allow 3-5 weeks for shipping, although fine art prints, wood mounts and metal prints typically ship much faster.