Actually, there is very little that can be said of Hawaii that is not already common knowledge. Almost any Hollywood film that features Paradise, will be filmed in Hawaii. I took pictures of the largest island which gives its name to the whole, Hawaii, or the Big Island. The island, instead of a "divide" between North and South, rather divides between West and East, the west side being "South", and warmer, on the island. Go see the Kilauea at night is a "must", the lava illuminates the steam coming out of the belly of the mountain like the entrance to the underworld. If you want to "get close" to the lava, take the route to the Holei Sea Arch, where a coastal road is abruptly cut across by a solidified lava tongue. If you continue to walk along enough, if the volcano is in a particularly whimsical mood, you might find yourself with a river of lava coursing down the volcano, rushing down towards the sea. In my mind, the highlight of the island is that which is hidden in its surrounding waters. The beaches, the best in the world, provide only a first glimpse of a world so beautiful, it might seem to only exist in fiction. With sunglasses, you can "float" on so many colors and movements that no photograph, video or painting that can capture. You feel as if you are "flying" on a reef of tropical fish. Wherever you go in Hawaii, you have the pleasure of visiting the most beautiful Paradise, still conserved by our planet.