These two shots were taken along the northeast coast. The first is at a roadside vista point with a sculpture to honor those making the highway (I think). There was no notation of who the artist was.
The second is a view of Nogales Beach. One of our guidebooks noted that Nogales Beach was a "short and easy" walk from the parking lot. After driving down quite a highway snaking along the cliff, we arrived at a parking lot that offered a beautiful view and a trailhead. 30 minutes later after climbing down 276 steps and a series of ramps we arrived on the beach. The view was beautiful and the beach was almost deserted. The sand, like most of the island was black sand.
Both of these shots are infrared, shot with the Olympus. As you can see, the day was overcast, so it made photography challenging, but with interesting sky at least.