Nicolas Grevet  •  Photography

  • Kohala Prairies

  • On the Northwest side of the island of Hawaiʻi lies the Kohala Mountain, the oldest of five volcanoes that make up the biggest island of Hawaii. The natural habitats in Kohala range across a wide rainfall gradient in a very short distance - from less than 5 inches (130 mm) a year on the coast to more than 150 inches (3,800 mm) a year near the summit, a distance of just 11 miles (18 km).

  • big island, field, hawaii, hawaiʻi, island of hawaii, kohala district, landscape, meadow, pacific, ranch, tree
  • X-T20, 1/640 sec, f/8, 46.3mm, ISO 200