Just past Honolua Bay on the west side of Maui, there’s a large old plantation that runs down to the cliffs that tower over the Pacific facing Moloka’i (in the distance). This plantation was converted into a golf course in the 20th century but after WWII it dried up. Now the cliffs at the south end act as steps for local surfers to find a popular wave.
I don’t know much about surfing, so I won’t pretend to, but I saw this shot in my mind’s eye, hooked up the gear from the beach on Honolua Bay and started snapping.
Nikon D800, AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VRII,
Nikkor TC-20E III
@ 370mm, f/5.6, 1/2000s, ISO 200