Sunshine

I was not born in Hawaii, but I got here as soon as I could.  I have always had an appreciation for nature, but it was not until I moved to Hawaii in 2008 that I realized just how much of an outdoorsy person I really was.  I have fallen in love with these islands and have looked for every excuse possible to stay.  The world is a huge place and there are many other countries I want to go to and live in during my life, but for right now I just want to absorb as much aloha as I can.  I love adventure and exploring new places.  I hope you will enjoy the images I bring back as much as I have enjoyed capturing them.

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Aloha, Sunshine.

4 thoughts on “Sunshine

  1. oski December 11, 2016 / 6:44 am

    FELICITACIONES POR MOSTRARNOS A QUIENES ALGUNA VEZ ESTUVIMOS, HACE YA MUCHOS AÑOS, EN HAWAII LAS HERMOSAS EXPERIENCIAS QUE ESTÁN VIVIENDO Y EL ESPÍRITU AVENTURERO DE LAS MISMAS.
    FELICITACIONES ADEMAS POR LA CALIDAD DE LA FOTOS Y LOS RELATOS
    SIGAN ASÍ!!!!!!!!!!

  2. idle american March 16, 2017 / 9:47 am

    Aloha sunshine……..I to am other worldly in origin. I passed through the islands as I was circumnavigating the globe back in the 1980’s. I was so taken by Hawaii, I came back in 1989 to make this my home. I have a message for all who have not been literally everywhere. Not all islands are the same.
    Even in the tropic of cancer, where we live, Hawaii stands head and shoulders above the many archipelagos in all directions. You will find few All Hawaiians anywhere but here, yet we all know of the many Micronesian, Polynesians, Mouri, Filipino, and so many others who came here to live.

    All these places appear similar to the eye, but unless you are a sailor, the eye will not catch it; the magic that makes Hawaii so special. By the way, I’m living in salt lake, very near red hill. The range marker, in your photo, Is one used by ships to line up with the harbor entrance.

    Every summer these other island chains, suffocate under the humid heat for which there is no escape, Winter is a series of torrential downpours each going for weeks on end. Twice a year in the spring and fall, is ideal weather for a month.

    Hawaii is the only spot in earth placed just right for the best weather on earth all year round. We are kissed with the trade winds that never really stop for more than a few days. That is the game changer that made this place Eden

    .After learning some credible information about a planet x, or Neburu, or wormwood, I started thinking about what if……..Looking for a what if plan, led me to you. My own safety is not my concern. My life has been richer than I could ever have imagined. If I’m done, then so be it. Young adults child bearing age are in need of a what if plan. Also a seed bank with Hawaiian plant life could be kept safe in a bunker. Most importantly, if the earth is struck with space debris pulled into this massive objects aftermath or tail, all digital records will be erased by an electro-magnetic storm. Bound books will be the only documented knowledge left. Have you given any thought to the scenario said to be in October of 2017? FYI its March, 2017 now. The ISS International space station is preparing to shut down. A sign? Hell if I know. What do you think about all this?

    • Sunshine March 16, 2017 / 3:27 pm

      Not too sure that I would consider myself otherworldly in origin, but that is a super cool way to categorize oneself. Thanks for the comment, I enjoyed reading it but am not sure that I follow all of it, especially the last paragraph. But it seems like your are a talented writer with some interesting things to say. You should start your own blog about it. I would probably subscribe.

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