Photo Gallery 2: Hawai'i
Hawai'i Fieldwork Photos
Here are a few of my favorite photos of work in Hawai'i.
Excavating an ash deposit in a cave site, Big Island.
More cave sites on the Big island.
Preparing for a helicopter trip to Pelekunu Valley, Moloka'i.
Pelekunu, from the valley interior.
Mauna Kea adze quarry in the snow. Photo credit: Steven Eminger.
Large adze at the quarry. Photo credit: Steven Eminger.
Monitoring fiber optic cable installation in Wai'anae.
More construction monitoring, Ford Island.
Kohala Field System, Big Island. The raised lines in the photo are the field border walls. Photo Credit: Michael Graves.
Excavating a habitation platform in the Kohala Field System.
Rainy day in Kohala.
Mauna Kea adze quarry, Big Island, ca. 13,000 ft. elevation.
Shrines at the Mauna Kea adze quarry.
Surveying in Christmas berry is not fun. Sacred Falls, O'ahu.
Soaking wet at the end of another day of survey, Sacred Falls.
Working with heavy machinery at Ford Island.
Archaeological Inventory Survey, Kanaio, Maui.
Coral slab-lined hearth, Bellows AFS.
Excavating a shallowly-buried cultural layer, Bellows AFS.
Collecting charcoal from a firepit feature at Bellows.
Monitoring at Hickam AFB, O'ahu.
Moloka'i Training Program students in action. Kamalo, Moloka'i. Photo Credit: Steven Eminger.
Stone wall in Kamalo.
Mapping the Kamalo surface architecture.
The Nu'alolo Kai site, Na Pali Coast, Kaua'i.
Nu'alolo 'Aina (Kaua'i) from the cliffs above.
Waterfall, Koke'e, Kaua'i.
Subsurface testing in La'ie, O'ahu.
More sinkholes, Kalaeloa.
Checking out a sinkhole, Kalaeloa, O'ahu.
Made the cover of the Pacific Clues DVD, a series for the public school science curriculum.
Keala Pono crew excavating.
Crossing the river on my way to work.
Filming a commercial for University of Hawaii.
Documenting a lava tube.