Is it windy here?

Kauhola Point tree

Northeast trade winds are Hawaii’s air conditioner, moderating what would otherwise be much hotter temperatures. The North Kohala coast is a spot where the winds whistle ashore. They can be very strong, but if you want to know how strong, the surest way is to ask a tree. This one is near the Kauhola Point light.

Posted in response to this week’s Sunday Stills challenge on the theme of ‘Wind.’ See more responses here.

10 thoughts on “Is it windy here?

  1. Terri Webster Schrandt

    Yes, Graham, I like your intro, too! This is a great interpretation of wind, since we obviously can’t see it! Trees are so resilient, I’m sure there are countless poems about them bending away from the wind! Thanks for linking up with Sunday Stills (and for titling your post differently) 😉

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