The first banyan tree I've seen in person. The photograph (at 24mm) doesn't really convey its size.
Akaka Falls near Hilo, Hawaii. About twice as tall as Niagara Falls. Apparently there are shrimp and fish that climb this waterfall - of course they can't swim up it, so they climb the wet rocks underneath it, with special grasping adaptations.
I don't know what kind of tree this is, but I really like it. It has a pleasing spatial distribution of branches, a neat umbrella-shaped canopy and no superfluous leaves. In Liluokalani Gardens, Hilo.
I liked the texture on this plant - it almost looks like a gold leaf ornament you might find on an old building.