Here's another shot from the Olowalu area. The stream in the bottom of the gulch runs from just below Pu'u Kukui (means candlenut hill), the highest peak of the West Maui Mountains. This mountain used to be one giant volcano, towering over 13,000ft above the sea. Time and weather, combined with a sinking island, have whittled the giant down to just under 6,000ft. This western portion of the island is protected forest reserve, with limited access. Some areas, including the tallest waterfall on Maui, are accessible only by air, and even at that, there is no landing point.
Today's image is a merge of 4 pano images stacked vertically. The original images were shot in a 16:9 format, same as you'd find in widescreen video.
Mahalo for viewing, enjoy!