A mixed plate adventure...
Is it just me or what? The longer I look at the photo, the gnarled branches/roots started forming into shapes.
That's awesome. :-) Happy Wednesday!
I love it! Where was it taken?
What happen the tree, was it hit by typhoon? nice picture, see mine if you can..
What is that?? looks like something the tide brought in
That is some interesting driftwood.I love Hawaii.
There's a grove a trees on the beach at Malaekahana, right by the State camping beach. At the edge, where the ocean comes up, the grove is slowly falling into the ocean. I thought this looked like a headless person.
That is very nice.. I like the imagery. Happy WW.
It just seems begging to be climbed on and explored doesn't it? What a great find!
Oooo, beach art.... Love it! Was this found on "your favorite beach"?Happy Wednesday :)
we do have much in common...your Halloween piece blew me away and gave me so much respect for you as a person and a writer.my five year old would love that tree and explore every inch of it!are you a north shore girl? I lived in manoa, a block off university ave by UH. I miss it!
That's pretty cool! Reminds me of Florida. Don't know why!
Outstanding! I see the 'headless person' too. Nice October/Halloween theme, heheh. Although it's a little hard for me to imagine Halloween in Hawaii. Like eating a taco at the North Pole.
That is a beautiful photo. Don't you know if that tree could just talk...the stories it could tell.Also love the photos on your masthead and sidebar.Thanks for the visit today...and talking time to comment.Sorry about the "rear-end" views of my Boxer.
Hey Swampy - welcome. The photos more than made up for the butt shots.goodfather! taco on the North Pole is closer to Christmas in Hawaii!!Hi everyone.
intersting shot!...i was seeing a reindeer like head after goodfather's comment!...
Absolutely gorgeous.I have a dear friend in Pearl City. I made her promise to send me a cool shot every week. Her kids are the luckiest in the bunch to grow up in what I consider God's playground.When I first met the born and bred loyal Texan, she never wanted to leave the Lone Star State, and I was sure I would live at the beach. Fate is just mean sometimes.Em - stuck in Texas
I love your photos!
eudae - Pearl City! Do you get to come visit her ever?
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