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Crashing waves by scottrbennie

Small rainbow showing as the sun sets and waves crash at Kaena State Park, Oahu Hawaii
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Last Few Hours in Paradise

This is where we are spending our last afternoon on Maui, in the lush back garden of Pineapple Inn, by the pool and in a warm breeze!

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Mu-Ryang-Sa Temple

Hawaii is a multicultural society exhibiting a vast array of architecture from influences around the globe. This week, I was able to visit Mu-Ryang-Sa Temple in the Palolo Valley on Oahu. 280 more words

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Hummingbirds and Pineapples

Hawaii has more endangered species per square mile than any other place on the planet and that does not include the Alpha Japanese Female (AJF) referring to me as the “odd duck.” 788 more words

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Needlefish

The needlefish gained its name from its elongated body and long, narrow jaws. The jaws are filled with an abundance of very sharp teeth. This fish is a piscivore, meaning that it usually feeds on small fish although it will also sometimes eat crustaceans, cephalopods and plankton.

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Storm in a teacup!

Over the last weekend we got all prepared for a hurricane that was due to hit Hawaii. She was called Ana. Every time we turned on the TV there was some news reporter talking about the hurricane and about all the bad things that could happen. 178 more words