Category Archives: Poepoe

Using the mahina to find islands!

Using the mahina to find islands! This was the māhealani moon from earlier in #kaulua on the morning of February 24th. Setting in the house of Komohana (almost due west), we used it to help guide us to the island

Using the mahina to find islands!

Using the mahina to find islands! This was the māhealani moon from earlier in #kaulua on the morning of February 24th. Setting in the house of Komohana (almost due west), we used it to help guide us to the island

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding. Maia Pilo: The fragrance of this pua is lua’ole. // mahalo @haao_waiohinu #hiloiaapaa #poepoe #kaulua #laaukukahi

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding

Kealakehe, Kona- the native dry land forest species are flowering and seeding. Maia Pilo: The fragrance of this pua is lua’ole. // mahalo @haao_waiohinu #hiloiaapaa #poepoe #kaulua #laaukukahi

Kona snow

Kona snow // coffee flowering in Kahaluʻu, Kona #hiloiaapaa #kulu #anahulupoepoe

Kona snow

Kona snow // coffee flowering in Kahaluʻu, Kona #hiloiaapaa #kulu #anahulupoepoe

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna | the sound of crickets fills the air, while dogs bark at moonlit black pigs rooting at the forest edge | #hiloiaapaa #mahealani #kaulua

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna

Māhealani | keiki koa with their true leaves closed in the chilly night of upper Kea‘au-Puna | the sound of crickets fills the air, while dogs bark at moonlit black pigs rooting at the forest edge | #hiloiaapaa #mahealani #kaulua

A time of flowering and fruiting for Mango and mock orange in #Kawaihae

A time of flowering and fruiting for Mango and mock orange in #Kawaihae, lilikoi continue their fruit production, and olena’s still lookin wilted, as North Pacific storms continue to dip down close to Hawaii, bringing clocking winds and big surf.

A time of flowering and fruiting for Mango and mock orange in #Kawaihae

A time of flowering and fruiting for Mango and mock orange in #Kawaihae, lilikoi continue their fruit production, and olena’s still lookin wilted, as North Pacific storms continue to dip down close to Hawaii, bringing clocking winds and big surf.

Piko a Wakea, also called the Spring Equinox, occurs this year on March 19, 2016

Throwing it back — Kaulua 2015 Piko a Wakea, also called the Spring Equinox, occurs this year on March 19, 2016. As we end this time of Lono, We must remember to look back on our past year of abundance

Piko a Wakea, also called the Spring Equinox, occurs this year on March 19, 2016

Throwing it back — Kaulua 2015 Piko a Wakea, also called the Spring Equinox, occurs this year on March 19, 2016. As we end this time of Lono, We must remember to look back on our past year of abundance

Hua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Kaulua.

‘O Hua ka pō mahina o kēia po’aono nei i ka malama o Kaulua. Howzit Gangeh. Hua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Kaulua. Tonight is kapu a Hua, a night when ceremony and rituals were

Hua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Kaulua.

‘O Hua ka pō mahina o kēia po’aono nei i ka malama o Kaulua. Howzit Gangeh. Hua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Kaulua. Tonight is kapu a Hua, a night when ceremony and rituals were