I often find my mind drifting after I’ve been to Hawaii. It conjures up images from my most recent trip. This last visit has proved to do the same. Once we left the Big Island and arrived in Maui, we had an enchanting experience and I will share more of that in some blogs to follow.
Lacey Green Leaves
Look at the leaf here. There was obviously an insect that thought this plant was quite delicious. I think it looks a bit like lace. The leaves caught my eye and then what was behind it caught my imagination. Wouldn’t you love to live here? I would! I wouldn’t mind just visiting here either.
Looking Like Paradise Awaits
It’s nearly across the street from this little old stone church. This island has so much to offer and so many long-lasting memories from the pleasant times that I’ve spent here.
Chapel By The Sea
We went to areas that we didn’t know existed and it leaves (no pun intended) me thinking that I need to return to other islands to see everything they have to offer that I might have missed in the past too. Always love to return home but then I can’t wait to explore some more…..
We went to The Big Island last week. I didn’t see many bugs, maybe because it was rather windy while we were there. What we saw on our last day there was a magnificent flower. I’ve seen lots of hibiscus in my life but none as beautiful and eye-catching as this one. I believe it is called Lava Flow and you can imagine why. I was so excited to get a shot of it and then I realized, it had a companion. As I raised my camera, I found this gecko, with attitude, lounging on this amazing flower.
Hanging Out on the Hibiscus
I like geckos; don’t get me wrong. I just wanted a shot of the flower without the locals hanging around. I left for a bit, came back, got a good shot and then wondered…where did the gecko go?
Snacking on the Blossoms
He was on the new blossoms. Lunching on them! He looked pretty proud of himself too. Geckos have it made. They live in Hawaii, hang out all day, and get to eat gloriously gorgeous food. What more could you want? C’est La Vie!