One of the iconic landmarks on the windward side, this small island sits 1/3 mile off the coast in Ka‘a‘awa. Paddle out to it or enjoy the view from the shore as the sun rises in the distance. In Hawaiian mythology, this basalt islet in Kane‘ohe Bay is known to be the tip of a lizard's tail.
Nick's Commentary: "I designed this print to capture the silhouetted sunrise beauty of Mokoli‘i from the view of Kualoa Regional Park. I love the way the palms meet the sand and create a visual foreground to the view out to sea. My favorite memory of this spot was kayaking with my wife out to the island, docking our boat and hiking to the top for some amazing views looking back to the Koolau Mountains."
ABOUT THE PRINT
Print is sized at 12"x18" and are beautifully full-color press printed on heavyweight
smooth stock. Print is custom designed by artist Nick Kuchar and ships in a protected mailing tube via USPS first class mail.