Seeing through the lens of Gary Arndt via @everywheretrip #VisitLanai

20 Aug

Axis deer on the island of Lanai in Hawaii (Daily Travel Photo, Gary Arndt)

Gary Arndt, our fourth member of our New Media Artist-in-Residence Program, writes (and photographs) for his Everything Everywhere blog. From his visit to Lānaʻi he offers several lush photographs showing the color and diversity of this magic place. One of our hotels made it to Gary’s Top Ten list, which really says a lot given Gary’s globetrotting adventures and experiences. Plus, he was selected for a featured photo essay on TheAtlantic.com. Thank you for loving Lānaʻi so much Gary!

Take in the lovely imagery and background detail of Lānaʻi.

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Daily Travel Photo – Lanai, Hawaii

Daily Travel Photo – Lanai, Hawaii

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Daily Travel Photo – Lanai, Hawaii

Daily Travel Photo – Lanai, Hawaii

Daily Travel Photo – Lana’i, Hawai’i

Daily Travel Photo – Lana’i, Hawai’i

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My 10 Favorite SCUBA Sites

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Lanai Update

Photo credit: Gary Arndt, observing a small group of Axis Deer

For more adventures on the Hawaiian island of Lānaʻi, please search anywhere for the tag “#VisitLanai.” We hope to see you here on our almost private island soon!

You can also follow us on Twitter @VisitLanai and please stop by our Facebook so we can meet you!

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