Aloha Friday Postcard: Must See Maui

Friday, August 10, 2012

Aloha Friday, Postcards, Posters

Must See Maui

Here’s to the end of another work week and the start of a great weekend.

This week’s Aloha Friday Postcard comes from the Posters category in the Maui Postcards App, and is an image you’ve likely seen before (even yesterday if you saw the new website announcement).

This waterfall image was featured in the first edition of my Maui by Poster eBook, and was showcased here as a standalone poster promoting the eBook’s release. And even though it doesn’t seem like these types of poster images would make a good postcard, it just goes to show you that there’s nothing wrong with thinking outside the box and deciding to turn one on its side.

Want Something Larger?

Because this week’s featured postcard is from the Maui by Poster series, it’s also available as a poster print, too!

So if you’d like to see this on your wall, it’s also available as a 12″ x 19″ print with the poster design, or available in larger formats with just the image itself.

Just visit the Order Prints page over at the Maui by Poster website for all the details.

More Maui Postcards

Don’t forget, this poster image and more like it are also available in the new Maui Postcards App for iPhone and iPad.

Head over to the Maui by Postcard website to learn more. And of course, even if you don’t have an iPhone or iPad, I’m posting featured postcards from the App twice a week, so you can still stop by for a look.

You can also follow along with the App on Facebook and Twitter (@MauiPostcards), too, to help spread the Aloha and share it with your fellow Maui fans.

More Aloha Friday Photos

The award winning Go Visit Hawaii website has another great, weekly Aloha Friday Photo from one of their readers just waiting for you. Have you submitted your favorite to GVH yet?

Mahalo for stopping by, and be sure to check back next week for another Aloha Friday Postcard.

– Kris

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About Kris

Kris and his wife Cindy are avid Maui fans, and have visited the island half a dozen times since '06. Over the years, they have made many friends living on Maui or through social media, which keeps them in touch with the island until they can return again.

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