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posted by davek on Oct 27
This sculpture in front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village is called “Kaha ka ‘Io na Makani” which translates to “The Hawk Soars with the Winds. THe three life size figures are dancing hula kahiko, the ancient style of Hawaiian dance. The two female dancers represent the winds that uplift the central male dancer who represents ‘Io the Hawaiian Hawk. This artwork was created by sculptor Kim Duffett
posted by davek on Sep 30
Here the view overlooking Kawai Nui Marsh. This is the upper part that is within the Kawai Nui Marsh Reserve. In 2005 the area was designated as a Ramsar Convention Wetland of International Importance. This is an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands. Below is a panoramic shot thought the lighting isn’t as good as I would have liked. I’ll have to go back on a nice and sunny afternoon.
|From Hawaii Photo of the Day 2015|