Saturday, August 20, 2016

Guessing Game




Can you guess what this is a shadow of? Leave your guesses in the comment section below first before checking what the answer is. Good luck!

You can find the answer to what it is here on this page.

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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Simple Elegance





Simple elegance on the asphalt as a result of some gusty winds the night before. The gentle curve, the seed pods of promise that will never be...everything comes and goes but never really disappears.


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Saturday, August 06, 2016

Summer Evening Light





The evening light in the summer months have their own magical quality. I will say that I miss the longer summer evenings of our previous home in New Mexico. Here on Molokai, we are so much closer to the equator, so it is dark by 7:30 pm. No more working in the yard until 9 pm for us here! There is not a lot of difference in the day light hours at this time of the year and in the winter. Nor is there daylight savings time-which always struck me as odd-having to move the clock one hour forward or backward depending on the time of the year. As if you really could 'save' time, right?

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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Like a Diamond in the Rough







Lattice work=perfect set-up for shadows, I think.

Can you believe that August is upon us already? I'm not sure where the time has gone, but it seems to just be in warp speed all the time now! Must be a sign of age...

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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Mimosa Tree








Here in Hawaii, this tree is called a shower tree if I'm not mistaken. In New Mexico, they are called Mimosa trees. In looking it up, it seems that perhaps most of the world might know them as Persian Silk trees. Which, I think, is a very apt name as that is what the flowers look like-silk threads.

These trees are well cared for and have a beautiful umbrella like canopy as a result. Someday, they will be gigantic-just give them another 30 years of so.

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