The 35mm photo series from my recent travels continues - this time from my first trip to the Hawaiian island of Maui. After already being blown away by the mountains of Oahu for the few weeks prior to this, the geography of Maui was on another level. From lush rainforests and black sand beaches along the coast, to full on mars like landscapes and freezing temperatures when you reached the top of the dormant Haleakala volcano that dominates the island and reaches a peak of 10,000 feet. Here’s some moments.

Caleb Graham