You may not be able to spot him, but that’s my hanai son Pono there, walking through the portal. I had just brought him Nutella sandwiches, as breakfast at school this morning was apparently unpalatable gruel. ::chuckle::
He’s a senior at this school for Hawaiian youth. There is much to say about this educational institution, but it will have to wait until another moment…
A beautiful early morning to reach 54 by...
Fins, inverted and etched upon the sheltering sky: stylized, slouching penguins. ;-)
Dew on grass at a Kulamalu parking lot. In the car, Pono finishes up a native breakfast...
Three generations of Hawaiians. Early morning tableau out on the lanai, of people I have come to call family.
School breakfast was boiled eggs and grits, unliked. So, brought Pono grapes and an apple, on way to work.
Moments before sunrise: yes, do go thataway! ;-) KS Maui high school parking lot, having just dropped Pono off.
Before sunrise. 6:52 a.m., Pukalani LDS Ward parking lot.
It's a stormy day and epic surf is rolling in (see the white line faintly visible way downhill).
Turning around, I beheld the massive swell of the volcano, akin to a wave beginning to crest.