Abstracts: Rain

This photo is for those who believe the sun always shines in Hawaii. Not the case, and when it does rain, this being the tropics, it can be torrential. Here, rain sheets down in front of a panax hedge. Panax is widely used here for hedges, growing into a thick, dense barrier. It’s easy to grow, too. One just has to cut off a stick, push it into the ground, and a new plant will soon start growing.

Posted in response to this week’s Friendly Friday challenge on the theme of ‘Leaves.’ See more responses here.

9 thoughts on “Abstracts: Rain

    1. Graham Post author

      You’re right about the rainbows. The past two days I’ve seen some splendid ones without getting a decent photo. I’m glad you got the feeling I had when I took this photo, rain sheeting down like it would never end.

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