FAVORITE PHOTOS OF HAWAII’S BIG ISLAND

BLUE STRIPES OF DIFFERENT COLOR

FAMOUS KONA ARTIST DARRELL HILL HOSTING ME ON MY FIRST VISIT IN 2004

SOOTHING REFLECTION IN CALM WATERS

CARVED KI’I LOOK PRETTY FIERCE TO ME!

THE HEIAU AT CITY OF REFUGE WHERE FORGIVENESS IS RECEIVED

GORGEOUS YET DELICATE ORCHIDS

VIEW FROM BEHIND THE HEIAU

EVERYTHING FEELS SO STILL HERE !!

MORE TERRIFYING KI’I

PALM FRONDS BLOWING IN THE BREEZE

I COULD SIT HERE FOREVER !

LOOKING BACK TO THE ENTRY COVE FOR THE REFUGE

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3 Responses to FAVORITE PHOTOS OF HAWAII’S BIG ISLAND

  1. 최다해 gongjumonica says:

    I agree with you that those carved ki’l look fierce! The scenery looks peaceful though, especially with the help of those coconut trees. I wonder what they look like at night?

    • I’m sure it would look enchanting at night if there were floodlights lighting the palms. However, it is a State Park and Historic Site… they close the entry gates at 6pm, so I guess I’ll never know what it looks like except if I sneak in there during a full moon!
      Kahuna-pule Kimo

      • 최다해 gongjumonica says:

        Aha! I got it. Some of our beaches here in Philippines are opened almost 24/7 and people love the night life! Haha. Well, at least you could preserve yours since it is a historic site.

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