Hawai’i Photographs

The following photos by Thea Linnaea Pyle accompany the Hawai’i/Christmas post.

Below: Nene geese and gosling

Below: A Land Called Hanalei

Below: Feral Fowl of Kaua’i–they seem like the island’s most abundant birds, since freed by a hurricane years ago

Below: Christmas decorations, Hawai’i-style

Below: red or starfish stinkhorn (Aseroe rubra), in Koke’e State Park, Kaua’i

Below: Native greenswords (a composite related to silverswords) at a Waimea Canyon overlook

Below: a spectacular succulent on Diamond Head, Oahu: name, anyone?

Below: watching Xuthus swallowtail and painted ladies hilltopping on Diamond Head, above Honolulu

Below: welcome back to snowy Portland

Below: Christmas with grandson Francis, who knows there’s a Santa (or two)


  1. Cash might be a aspect, but you are going to be preserving a great deal by developing your own hen house so there will not be a significant distinction unless you build one that is really tremendous.Moroccan oil or Argan oil

  2. objective and inventive practice are delivered and how the effect of that efficiency preserves and draws new sources both economical and non-financial.
    look here

Commenting on this item is closed.