2022 Molokai Land Trust Calendar (available for immediate delivery)

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2022 Molokai Land Trust Calendar (available for immediate delivery)


Show your support by displaying a Molokai Land Trust calendar on your home or office wall.
Great as corporate gifts. Twelve spectacular photos of this beautiful island. Cost is $100.00 donation per calendar. Available for immediate delivery. Free shipping.




The 2022 Molokai Land Trust Calendar is available now and features 12 months of breathtaking photography by renowned photographer PF Bentley. Let us send a bit of Molokai home to you! Donation is $100 per calendar. Free shipping within the US. Thank you for your ongoing support.


About the Photographer: PF Bentley started his career shooting rock n’ roll for Sunbums Hawaii in the early 1970’s while attending UH Manoa.  He graduated UH in 1975 with the degree in Education.

Throughout his career, photojournalist & documentary filmmaker PF Bentley has covered domestic and international politics. Bentley is known and respected throughout the print and broadcast community for earning unprecedented access to presidential candidates, Heads of State, and Capitol Hill. Bentley is a former Time magazine photographer and winner of five first place Picture of the Year awards for his political coverage. He has produced programming for ABC-TV Nightline, shot for The Travel Channel and helped create Reason.TV with Drew Carey, where he was Senior Producer and Director of Photography for the web network.

PF taught Visual Journalism at Brooks Institute of Photography from 2003-2006 and was named teacher of year in 2005.  In 2004 he received the Award of Distinction from the UH College of Education and was the keynote speaker at their annual gala.

Bentley was Chief Photographer for Honolulu Civil Beat in 2014 and now is a Contributing Photographer for Hana Hou! Hawaiian Airlines Magazine. He grew up in Waikiki and currently lives in Maunaloa, Molokai with his dog Ehu Girl, the most photographed dog on the island.


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