It’s hard to get away from the water when you’re on an island. I suppose that is the very reason that so many people visit Hawaii every year. I find that I don’t want to leave its memory behind, once I’ve returned home.
My Favorite Color Lives Inside This Wave
I thought that I’d share these waves with you, as once I took the photo, I found that there were things I wasn’t even noticing while I was standing on the cliffs. The yellows on the hill are reflected in the waves. I only saw the blues of the ocean, separate from the yellows on the hill while I was there, but the colors are clearly merged in the photograph.
The reason I don’t want to leave the force of the waves behind could be that the blending of power and beauty are so harmonious in nature.
I hope that these photos fill you with peace, power, and the Aloha spirit, to sustain you throughout your day.
You may have missed my recent attempt at posting my blog. I was in Maui, Hawaii and my iPad didn’t want to allow me to post anything. I thought about struggling with it, and then I thought; why?
First Evening Sunset Kaanapali
This isn’t the best photo that I took, but on our first night, we were serenaded with a concert six floors down. It was amazing. I love music, I love tropical evenings, and I love pleasent surprises like this. I wanted to keep the feel of the party long after it was gone. I’ve been listening to their CD’s for days now.
Concert with Henry Kapono & Willie K
Our first night in Wailea was beautiful and I took this while on our way to the welcome party, down the beach pathway which was just past the pool.
Pool Sunset Grand Wailea
I had heard glorious rumors about Mama’s Fish House and was longing to go there all week. We finally made it on the last evening and stopped in for an appetizer. This place is like being in first class. I wasn’t sure if I’d return to Maui, as it is rather congested for me these days, but I must return to go to Mama’s. It was devine.
Final Sunset at Mama’s
There’s more to come as we had many adventures while in Hawaii. I’m missing the sound of the ocean waves as they pounded the shore. It’s funny how fast you can grow to appreciate certain things.
It occured to me, while writing last weeks post, that I don’t see the sunrise all that often. I’ve a hill that sits to the east between myself and the sun. I do watch the sunrise, almost everyday, when we go to the Hawaiian Islands by just not altering from California time. Yesterday, I went to the writing group and one of the regulars wanted help with her haiku. It made me think about the fact that I had not written a haiku in a very long time. Here is one for each of these sunrise photos. I hope you like them.