HAWAI'I NIGHTS is a project that brings you a never seen before professional quality photographic documentary of the night sky in all the publicly accessible inhabited islands of Hawaii.
Along with magnificent night vistas of Kauai, Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Lanai and Molokai (the six publicly accessible inhabited islands in Hawaii), HAWAI'I NIGHTS is a live photographic experience that brings to you images of Milky Way arches above enchanting beaches, volcanoes at night, moonbows, cliffs, abandoned resorts, palm tree forests and many more surprising and captivating nightscapes, all in a "first of its kind" collection that is sure to transport you to a heavenly side of Hawaii not many people have ever experienced.
IN THE MEDIA
The book contains over 70 images and more than 100 pages where, along with the images - many of them double-spread - the author narrates the many travels, situations and adventures that took place while capturing the images for Hawai'i Nights, and how a family trip became an adrenaline rush where emotions run high in order to complete the project. The images of course perfectly illustrate every step of the story.
The first batch from the first print run of HAWAI'I NIGHTS is being shipped right now.
UPDATE NOV 2014: You can still purchase HARD COVER copies of the book, but shipping for these will not start until mid-December. By purchasing your copy now, you guarantee a copy by then. There still are some SOFT COVER copies available.
You can order digital copies anytime, and they'll be delivered within 24 hours, Monday to Friday.
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49 US$ + shipping
65 US$ + shipping
After you make the purchase we'll contact you with the details. REMEMBER, you can order HARD COVER copies now, but they will only be shipped by mid December 2014.
New images will be released regularly on the DeepSkyColors page on Facebook. Follow or "like" the page to see them first:
Here are some of the images already released. To view them at a larger size, read about them, or order prints, click on the image.