We know all about the picturesque quality of Hawaii in the daytime, but if you stick around a few hours after that exciting sunset, there's still more to see.
Hawaii's capital, Honolulu, as dense it may be, has a quiet grace about it that is not often shown. Into the dark of night we went to capture some of these evening scenes...
View from Round Top Drive Overlook
Hawaiian Airlines' mechanics crew at Honolulu International Airport Interisland Terminal
Waikiki skyline, viewed from Kakaako Waterfront Park
808 Sports Leagues' kickball championship at Wilson Elementary School Playground in the Kahala neighborhood.
Motorcycle riders on the H-1 Freeway
View of the Ala Wai Canal and Moiliili neighborhood from the Coconut Waikiki Hotel Rooftop
Skateboarders in downtown Honolulu's Aala Skate Park
East Honolulu traffic on Kalanianaole Highway, viewed from the Makapuu Point Lighthouse Trail
Summer bon dance at Soto Mission of Hawaii in Nuuanu Valley
Marriage proposal at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort's weekly fireworks display
Musician Jake Shimabukuro chats backstage before a performance at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall
Traditional Hawaiian tattooing at Soul Signature Tattoo & Art Studio in the Ala Moana district
Late night Korean eats at Yakiniku Don-Day in the Ala Moana district
Early morning baking at Liliha Bakery's Iwilei district restaurant and kitchen
The USS Arizona Memorial, viewed from Ford Island in Pearl Harbor
This photo series, "Tripping the Night Fantastic," originally appeared in the March/April 2015 issue of HAWAI‘I Magazine.