Two Step

Two Step

There are seasons in Hawaii. Summer is hotter, and wetter on the dry side of the Big Island. But let’s be honest, there are many people who live through freezing winters and boiling summers, sun-free winters and sun-seared summers. They believe Hawaii has summer year-round, and not just any summer, but a pleasant summer where it’s warm and sunny but not inhospitably so.

For those people, and in response to this week’s Sunday Stills challenge on the theme of ‘Summer,’ I give you a typical summer shot of people getting ready to go snorkeling, or just exiting the water. The photo was taken at Two Step, next door to Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park — in February. Bwahahahahahaha.

For more information about Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park, visit

See more Sunday Stills responses here.

11 thoughts on “Two Step

  1. I’d love to be in that crowd, though I don’t like crowds. Can’t remember the last time I swam, and it’s one of my favorite things to do! Right now it’s mid-summer in Helsinki: grey, windy and 11 degrees Celcius… I’m still wearing a jacket and scarf. To feel heat, we need to go to a sauna. Not quite the same as lounging about in a bikini under palm trees!

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    • I’m not a fan of crowds either, but once in the water here, it’s fairly easy to find a bit of space and I do love to snorkel. I wish you well with your Helsinki summer. Some years ago, I was on holiday in Ireland for the best part of August and in every photo from that trip, we’re wearing wool sweaters, rain jackets, and wool hats!

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