Photos of Maui

Haruno’s kahiko for Hula o na Keiki.

Gold at the end of the rainbow…


Hosing down the decks in preparation for a Maalaea adventure.

Tibetan Buddhists believe the prayers are carried by the wind to bring blessings to all.

You can look, but don’t touch.

Taking notes at hula rehearsal for Ku Maika Hula.

Near the Sugar Mill Museum.

In front of Mama’s Fish House.


Up country…

Torch ginger.

Just another Tequila Sunset.

Cane fire…

Maalaea

Kealia Pond

Smoking clouds

Protea

Canoe at Kahului Harbor

Kahului Harbor

Honeymooners at Kaanapali Beach

Kaanapali sunset cruise

Gecko at Sprecklesville

Kaanapali sunset

Kahakuloa

Diving into a very shallow pool!

Even the kids!  One dove and got a bloody head, but that didn’t stop him.

Hawaiian Activist, taro farmer, former Fire Rescue and policeman, Uncle Oliver.

Rainbow over Kahului.

Uncle Oliver’s

Lilies in the tilapia pond.

Young Hawaiians

Looking up the valley

Time capture leap.

Kids at the pond under the bridge.

The Manatones take a break from recording.


Taro to be harvested in January 2012

And the hand-made glass poi pounders that will be used.