In early December, 2019, I stayed a few nights in the Beach House Hostel in Kapaa, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. A friend was staying just down the road and he'd hired a car, so very early one morning we drove south following the coast, to an intersection in the south that led us ever upward into the interior of the island, and the Waimea Canyon.
We explored a lot that day, including many steep, muddy kilometres on foot to the towering, green clifftops above the western NaPali Coast. But perhaps the most classic viewpoint of all was right beside the main road, as we looked into the upper reaches of the canyon, its waterfalls, its cuttings, and its layered cliff faces. Erosion in full effect on a very wet island.
This was a fiddly drawing to create, I spent a long time on it, but one I really enjoyed.