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He Leo Wale Nō

Mai ka piʻina a ka lā i Haʻehaʻe a i ka welona a ka lā i Lehua, ano ʻai ke welina iā kākou and welcome to Pilihonua! 190 more words

Hawaiʻi

citrus, loquat & avo flowers are booming on hawaii island

citrus, loquat & avo flowers are booming on hawaii island | vog is thick & the ocean has calmed #hiloiaapaa #kaloapau #anahuluhoemi

Hawaiʻi

Circa 2014: Moon phase Olekulua during Anahulu Makalii

Circa 2014: Moon phase Olekulua during Anahulu Makalii. “Last night the winds picked up in Hilo. Cool, breezy, windy night that knocked down my chili pepper plant” // mahalo @squidinkphoto Tonight we remember those chilly Makalii nights, as Hilo rests beneath a blanket of vog during Anahulu Kaulua. #hiloiaapaa #kaulua #olekulua #hoonui

Hoonui

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding. Maia Pilo: The fragrance of this pua is lua’ole. // mahalo @haao_waiohinu #hiloiaapaa #poepoe #kaulua #laaukukahi

Poepoe

Kona snow

Kona snow // coffee flowering in Kahaluʻu, Kona #hiloiaapaa #kulu #anahulupoepoe

Poepoe

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna | the sound of crickets fills the air, while dogs bark at moonlit black pigs rooting at the forest edge | #hiloiaapaa #mahealani #kaulua #anahulupoepoe #koa #keaau #puna

Poepoe

On Ownership

This post is part of the continuing “On” series: others include On Capitalism, On Freedom, On Constitutionalism and On Privilege.

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