Aerial Panoramic Photography in the Hawaiian Islands Dave Tonnes: Aerial Panoramic photography is a hobby of mine. These are taken mostly around the Hawaiian Islands. Ala Moana Beach Park, Waikiki and Diamond Head Panoramas Aerial Panoramas Around Koko Crater Anaeho’omalu Bay and Waikoloa Aerial panoramic photography is a specialized type of 360 photography where we …
Sharing beautiful and unique parts of Hawaii with you. Our Hawaii Panoramas have been taken over many years, and were generally not created for commercial purposes.
We have panoramas from all the Islands of Hawaii.
Generally, our Oahu panoramas are of older attractions such as the old international marketplace, beaches frequented by locals and little known attractions. Kailua and Lanikai Beachs, Waimanalo Beach, Makaha Beach, Koolina Beach, Kaena Point, Olomana Hike, Koko Crater, Hanauma Bay and more.
Our Maui panoramas are of beaches and some tourist attractions. We have images from Lahaina, Lahaina Harbor, and the Lahaina Banyan Tree.
We have a lot of Hawaii Panoramas captured on Kauai. Poipu Beach and a lot of aerial panoramas from Hanalei and North Kauai. We also have some beautiful panoramas taken from Kalalau. Local churches, swinging bridges and panoramas from Waimea Canyon.
Big Island Panoramas
Hawaii Panoramas has a lot of scenes from Kona. They include beaches such as Hapuna Beach, Mauna Kea, Anaehoomalu Bay, Mauna Kea Summit and more. We have lots of Waikoloa and Hualalai scenes.
Molokai is an island not very frequented by visitors. We have been very fortunate to be invited to Molokai and have experienced true hospitality there. We have panormas from South Molokai, Halawa Valley and more.
PanaViz has been lucky to call Hawaii home for 20 years. We hope to keep creating beautiful Hawaii Panoramas to share with the world to show the unique and incomparable beauty of Hawaii.
Punchbowl Cemetery – National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Few national cemeteries can compete with the dramatic natural setting of the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Commonly knows as Punchbowl Cemetery or Punchbowl Memorial, the bowl was formed some 75,000 to 100,000 years ago during the Honolulu period of secondary volcanic activity. A crater …
Molokai Molokai Area: 673.4 km²Population: 7,404 (2000)Highest elevation: 4,961 ft (1,512.1 m)Largest settlement: Kaunakakai History of Molokai Molokai is a Hawaiian island in the central Pacific. Molokai was long inhabited by self-sufficient taro growers and fishermen. In the 18th century the kingdom of Oahu gained control over Molokai; its rule lasted until 1785, when warriors …
Hawaiian Railway Society: Parlor Car 64 In 1900, Oahu Railway & Land Co. founder, Benjamin F. Dillingham, had Parlor/Observation Car No. 64 designed and built especially for himself. No. 64 was the showpiece of the OR&L’s rolling stock. Built in Honolulu at a cost of $4,388.24, it had a double-size rear platform surrounded by ornate …
Pearl Harbor 70th Anniversary Commemoration Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 2011. We were honored to participate in the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 2011. History records that 2,390 service members and 49 civilians were killed and the U.S. was dragged into World War II. We share our memories of the day via …