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earth tones, birthstones, and erogenous zones
Photo and Caption by Leona Boyd
Kauai’s Mount Waialeale; generally considered the rainiest spot on the planet, drops much of its water down 3,000-foot walls so sheer, that there are only two days per year where the sun passes overhead; leaving no shadows on all of its walls. Lucky indeed to be overhead in an open cockpit airplane when this occurs. Luckier still to be there after one of the rainiest days of the year and after the clouds part for your photographic dream of a lifetime.
Currently working on a project that is related to these phenomenal falls. I’m feeling inspired and ready to be learning more about the cultural significance and mo‘o metaphysics of this beautiful and nurturing ‘āina.
So lucky to live HI.