The Mermaid Cave Photo Print
Rainbows of color do exist underground in the Rainbow State of Hawaii! This amazing underwater sea cave picture with all the colors of the rainbow is only able to be seen at low tide. Let this amazing ocean picture & beach scene bring a different and unique view of Hawaii into your home or office decor.
All fine art photo prints are signed and numbered limited editions. They are printed in my studio on a professional metallic luster photo paper with archival inks. This combination ensures that the print will last well over 100 years without fading if treated properly. All photo prints for sale are matted in white on white acid free mats and enclosed in a cello bag. Watermarks will not appear on prints. Please read my return policy and copyright notice before ordering. Looking for aluminum wall art for sale? Piers, Bikes, Boats, Caves & Island Life Aluminum Prints
Hawaiian rainbows do exist under the reef in the Mermaid Cave. This amazing sea cave is only accessible at low tide. I had heard rumors of a this special cave. Before the days of Instagram, everything was hidden. I admit I'm old school, to me the harder it was to find, the more special it was when I actually found it. It took some sleuthing before I found the Golden Ticket to this sea cave. There were many possible entrance holes in the reef from above in the area of the cave. I popped my head down a few times before I found the right entrance. I had to plan and watch the tides carefully because I didn't want to be caught in a strong current of the tide coming in while I was in the cave. When I first went down into the cave, the sun was behind a cloud. It simply took my breath away when the sun came out and shown through 'windows' in the ceiling! The colors are breathtaking, all the shades of the rainbow. I realized the vivid colors are caused by coral growing on the reef. The pebble beach was made by chunks of shells and rounded pieces of coral that rolled over and over becoming smooth in the ocean. I wanted to stay down there forever but sadly the tide started to come in and it was time to go. I felt so blessed to take this sea cave beach scene & ocean picture.