At Sky and Reef Photography, we focus on getting a mix of both candids and posed. We are about having fun and getting those once-in-a-lifetime shots that last a lifetime. Our photos are bright, vivid, true to life color, which showcases Hawaii's natural beauty. Ultimately, I am here to make you look Damn good in your photographs.
Plan your Visit to Hawaii’s Gorgeous Botanical Gardens
If you are here were are most likely kindred spirits who love the outdoors and beautiful scenic destinations, flowers, and lush landscape. Hawaii isn’t all about the beach. Feel free to mix it up and check out the most breathtaking landscapes. You will hardly believe you are still in the United States. Thank you so much for featuring this gorgeous engagement session you can read the whole article at Pacific Weddings.
400 acres of tropical plants along with a man-made freshwater lake, hiking trails & free campground. Hoomaluhia can be a great place to bring the family and explore.
To learn more about Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens visit the website.
Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens is Insta-famous for this road. But it can be tricky to take photos here. During 9-4 there is a security guard that is stationed at the entrance of the park and there are signs posted that you are not allowed to take pictures here since it can create a hazard for drivers and photo takers alike.
Tips for you Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens Engagement Photo Shoot
The address Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens 45-680 Luluku Rd. Kāneʻohe, Hawaiʻi 96744
If you love garden weddings check out Haiku Garden Wedding for some amazing tropical wedding inspiration.
The second part of the shoot we drove over to Kualoa Regional Park
Update! What an amazing engagement session! I am so excited to announce, Pacific Weddings Magazine is featuring this engagement shoot. Stay tuned for the publishing date.
You are amazing and these photos are incredible!
I am wondering how you were able to take photos at the entrance regardless of the guess and signs. I am heading there tomorrow and I am hoping to capture some photos. Do you have any tips for actually being able to take pictures there?