I traveled on the Road to Hana in Maui to the Ke’anae Peninsula. Timing was less than ideal because of on-again-off-again rain but, trying to make the best of the situation, I proceeded to photograph the area. Try as I might, nothing spoke to me until the clouds rolled in and the rain started up again. At that point, I set up my camera, wiped the water drops off the lens and took a few “less than optimal” pictures, or so I thought! Upon first view, the image was rather average and stale-looking in color. However, when converted to black and white, a dark and moody scene developed, and I discovered that my instincts to shoot the area were correct.