Posts Tagged: Hawaii

Chili peppah harvest

Chili peppah harvest || Waiākea Uka. Cloudy, but no rain, rough choppy kai with rain in the morning, calmed in the afternoon #anahuluhoonui #olekūkahi #welo #hiloiaapaa Advertisements

Chili peppah harvest

Chili peppah harvest || Waiākea Uka. Cloudy, but no rain, rough choppy kai with rain in the morning, calmed in the afternoon #anahuluhoonui #olekūkahi #welo #hiloiaapaa

‘O Kūlua ka pō mahina o kēia po’alima nei

‘O Kūlua ka pō mahina o kēia po’alima nei. Kūlua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Nana. Nana is short for ‘īnana which means to animate, come to life, to activate. Nana’s weather is active too.

‘O Kūlua ka pō mahina o kēia po’alima nei

‘O Kūlua ka pō mahina o kēia po’alima nei. Kūlua is today’s moon phase in the Hawaiian lunar month of Nana. Nana is short for ‘īnana which means to animate, come to life, to activate. Nana’s weather is active too.

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.

‘Ie‘ie Flowering

The forest in Kea‘au mauka in Puna is recovering from a severe windstorm earlier in this month of Kā‘elo. Though a little battered, ‘ie‘ie is flowering. Many large ‘ōhi‘a are uprooted, but still supported by other ‘ōhi‘a friends.

‘Ie‘ie Flowering

The forest in Kea‘au mauka in Puna is recovering from a severe windstorm earlier in this month of Kā‘elo. Though a little battered, ‘ie‘ie is flowering. Many large ‘ōhi‘a are uprooted, but still supported by other ‘ōhi‘a friends.

I ola Hāloa

Mauli. Kalo plants thriving in this māla in upper Puna in the wet darkness of mauli. Huli journeyed all the way from Waipi‘o and are adjusting well to a cool, cloudy, forest environment almost 3,000 feet higher in elevation, in

I ola Hāloa

Mauli. Kalo plants thriving in this māla in upper Puna in the wet darkness of mauli. Huli journeyed all the way from Waipi‘o and are adjusting well to a cool, cloudy, forest environment almost 3,000 feet higher in elevation, in

Restless sea off Puna-Ka‘ū

The kai hohonu of Puna and Ka‘ū is very choppy and full of whitecaps, and Ka Lae O ‘Āpua is bounded by white breakers on all sides; surf pounds the coastal areas of Keauhou-Kapāpala in Ka‘ū. Strong trade winds pass

Restless sea off Puna-Ka‘ū

The kai hohonu of Puna and Ka‘ū is very choppy and full of whitecaps, and Ka Lae O ‘Āpua is bounded by white breakers on all sides; surf pounds the coastal areas of Keauhou-Kapāpala in Ka‘ū. Strong trade winds pass