Welcome to the new Maui by Poster

Aloha, and welcome to the all new Maui by Poster website, featuring the Maui Posters print gallery by photographer Kris Nelson, and home to the free Maui by Poster eBook Series.

What’s New

Previously, the Maui by Poster eBook series was made available over at the Daily Maui Photo website here.

Shortly after that, the poster print gallery was also made available at the Daily Maui Photo site as well.

But today, both the eBooks and the print gallery have a shiny new home on the web, just dedicated to themselves.

The Mini Tour

As easy to find as the baggage claim area at Kahului Airport, everything here at the Maui by Poster website is aimed to be easy to find.

If you’d like to learn more about these posters and the free eBook series, you can start with the About page.

From there, check out the eBook series page to find details on each edition in the series and how to download your free copies.

There’s the Blog featured at the website, too, and if you’re reading this on the website itself, you’ve already found that, now haven’t you?

Finally, if you like what you see on the website and the eBooks, visit the Order Prints page to put some Aloha on your wall.

Still Want More Maui?

If all of this leaves you still wanting more Maui – and I can’t blame you – then check out the Maui Links at the bottom of the website. You’ll find other great Maui resources, as well as info on the Daily Maui Photo and Maui Postcards Apps for your iPhone or iPad.

And, of course, you can send me a note from the Contact page if you ever had any questions, comments, suggestions or just wanted to say Aloha to a fellow Maui fan like yourself.

And That’s It

I hope you enjoy the site, the eBooks, the posters, and maybe even those two Apps I just mentioned.

Be sure to follow along with the Blog here for announcements on new eBook editions as they progress and news on other exciting things we have in store over the coming months.

Mahalo for now, and Enjoy!
– Kris

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About Kris

Kris and his loving wife first visited Maui in 2006, and immediately fell in love with the island and the Aloha Spirit. A software engineer by trade and an aspiring photographer, the imagery Kris has captured during return visits to Maui have been shared on websites, blogs, eBooks, and even mobile Apps.

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