Category Archives: Hoonui

Feels like spring

What started out sunny when I took the picture of the ulu this morning, turned to wind and rain. Feels like spring. #olekukolu #hiloiaapaa #anahuluhoonui Advertisements

Feels like spring

What started out sunny when I took the picture of the ulu this morning, turned to wind and rain. Feels like spring. #olekukolu #hiloiaapaa #anahuluhoonui

Today the mahina is kupau: rain, winds, Amaʻumaʻu fern!

Today the mahina is kupau. We finally got some rain, once in the morning and now in the evening too. Trade winds are back. The Amaʻumaʻu fern perfectly coiled and ready to go! #hiloiaapaa #kupau #kaulua #anahuluhoonui

Today the mahina is kupau: rain, winds, Amaʻumaʻu fern!

Today the mahina is kupau. We finally got some rain, once in the morning and now in the evening too. Trade winds are back. The Amaʻumaʻu fern perfectly coiled and ready to go! #hiloiaapaa #kupau #kaulua #anahuluhoonui

Best nine Instagram posts from Moon Phase Project

We haven’t made the best use of this website, but we hope to learn more about customizing it and improving our activity in 2016 and onwards! Meanwhile, as we reflect on 2015, we wanted to share the most liked photos

Best nine Instagram posts from Moon Phase Project

We haven’t made the best use of this website, but we hope to learn more about customizing it and improving our activity in 2016 and onwards! Meanwhile, as we reflect on 2015, we wanted to share the most liked photos

Fruit of the Season

Fruit beginning to mature on cainito, soursop, chico, loquat.

Fruit of the Season

Fruit beginning to mature on cainito, soursop, chico, loquat.

More Mango Flowers

#Fairchild#Rapoza#Manzanillo#Common  

More Mango Flowers

#Fairchild#Rapoza#Manzanillo#Common  

Stalk Exposure in Hilo

The stalks of some tī-leaf plants are regaining their color after having leaves picked from them recently. Many plants in this part of Waiākea in Hilo are hinting at their recent use and showing different leaf-removal techniques, with lots of

Stalk Exposure in Hilo

The stalks of some tī-leaf plants are regaining their color after having leaves picked from them recently. Many plants in this part of Waiākea in Hilo are hinting at their recent use and showing different leaf-removal techniques, with lots of

Time to spawn…

‘Olekūkolu || ‘Ō’o and ‘ama’ama are preparing to spawn and usually have peak spawning periods from November through April. Thank you Keoki Stender for the photo!

Time to spawn…

‘Olekūkolu || ‘Ō’o and ‘ama’ama are preparing to spawn and usually have peak spawning periods from November through April. Thank you Keoki Stender for the photo!