Hawaii

“At noon I observed a bevy of nude young native women bathing in the sea, and I went and sat down on there clothes to keep them from being stolen.”

~ Mark Twain

“Mark Twain in Hawaii: Roughing It in the Sandwich Islands: Hawaii in the 1860s “

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Photo of the Day – Hawaii Sunset
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Photo of the Day – Hawaii’s Little Fish with the BIG Name!
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The Owls of the BooBoo Zoo

Photo of the Day – Hawaii Sunset

Few can resist the wonder of a spectacular sunset…we don’t care that it’s merely wavelengths of light lengthened through the atmosphere…what we enjoy are the glorious colors and the promise of a new day! This was taken along Ala Moana Beach, in Oahu, Hawaii. ENJOY!!

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Photo of the Day – Hawaii’s Little Fish with the BIG Name!

For such a small fish, it sure does have an enormous name! The Humuhumunukunukuapua’a, Hawaii’s state fish, also holds claim to one of the longest words in the Hawaiian language. The brilliantly colored reef triggerfish is a common site along the rocky corals of the beaches of Hawaii. This little […]

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The Owls of the BooBoo Zoo

The East Maui Animal Refuge (EMAR) is a no-kill, all volunteer run, non profit, rehabilitation sanctuary for injured and orphaned animals who would otherwise die. The Boo Boo Zoo could use your help. Please see their website for more information and sponsorship opportunities. “Nature’s loss is our gain” is the motto […]

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