Hawaii's tree habitats include sandy beaches, long sea cliffs, and deep canyons with knife-thin ridges. When traveling around the Hawaiian Islands, this informative pocket guide will inspire you to stop and notice the dignified beauty of the Hawaiian landscape - our beloved trees.
|Publisher:||Island Heritage Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
About the Author
In the early 1990s, Paul Wood left his work as a full-time English/theatre teacher to pursue a career as an independent writer and editor. Wood is widely published with national credits including Islands and ART news magazines. With Tropical Trees of Hawaii and other plant-based publications for Island Heritage, he returns to the passion for botany that marked his early twenties, when he worked as an herbarium curator, a state-certified nurseryman and a landscape contractor.
Ron Dahlquist lives on Maui's north shore. He sold his first picture to a small surfing publication almost thirty years ago. Today he is a nationally acclaimed photographer whose repertoire ranges from action sports to sensitive pictures of the environment and worldwide travel. His image have appeared in Life, Time, National Geographic World, Forbes, Esquire and numerous surf and ski magazines. His photographs are also featured in other Island Heritage books including Discover Hawaii: The Big Island and Proteas of Hawaii .