Sitting on the beach watching all the fireworks go off at the Hilton in Waikiki.
Hawaii Axis Deer 33” 3/4 antler length 30” width (tip to tip) Comparing this Hawaii Axis buck to other areas in the world. Not the biggest, but wider than most i’ve seen in Hawaii plus two non-typical kickers make it unique.
at lopa beach in Lana’i Hawai’i
We hope you enjoy this compilation of photos taken on the island of Maui in 1979, 1982, and 1986. Included are photos of the West Maui Mountains, a sugar cane burn, the Iao Valley and Needle, Kapalua, North Maui, Lahaina, the Pioneer Inn, the Banyan Tree, the Carthaginian, the Jodo Mission, Kaanapali, Hana and O’heo Gulch (AKA the 7 Sacred Pools), Haleakala, and rainbows and sunsets. Also included were a few shots from a sailing trip to Lanai. Molokai can also be seen in the distance in some shots. Pay close attention to the Iao Valley and the profile of John F. Kennedy in a rock formation. It’s a must see in the Iao Valley. Many of the pineapple fields photographed north of Kapalua, and in Lanai, are gone due to development. The pictures of Haleakala were taken by John’s mother using an antique box camera. Aloha! Please stop by and visit my blog: chriszimmer.blogspot.com
This ancient Hawaiian tradition is still regularly practiced today and here is an example…. Giving flower leis are a way of showing welcome, love and affection, etc and frequently given on special occasions. It’s also included in tourism packages for our Worldwide visitors to Hawaii…. [email protected]