© 2009 Ede Schweizer, All rights reserved.   Made in California.  Built to scroll right. We spent a lot of time exploring the southern reaches of Oahu Local close-up Beach sculpture The Diamond Head Lighthouse, built on this extinct side of the volcano in 1917 At 147ft above sea level, Diamond Head Light can be seen for up to 18 miles Brandie, working on her lighthouse pose Looking east Deer legs From sand to sea Here's a fun one, find the bird in this photo Small tide pool Perfectly perched up on the hill Surf watch One surfer, one fisherman, both having a rest Layers of lava One last look as we continue on Windswept Smug sun-gazing A lookout along Kalaniana'ole HWY 72 Koko Crater is a cinder cone remaining from the last active volcano that occurred on O'ahu approximately 10,000 years ago Reminding everyone to enjoy the scene Checking out the soft volcanic ash