I liked the colors and shapes of the lichens and moss on the rocky face of a road cutting outside Hawi.
A school of mackerel scad, known here as ‘Ōpelu, swim over a patch of sandy ocean floor.
I posted a photo of this wall for Becky’s Squares in April, but I liked this close up of the shadows of the plants against the bright colors of the wall.
This is a view of an old, spherical water tank. It’s used for collecting rain water off the roof of the small building next to it. I liked the peeling paint and patina of the rust on the tank.
I was in the water, looking up at the lighthouse north of Lapakahi, and trying to get a photo of the sun behind the light. I was swimming back and forth, to get the sun and light lined up, while the sea whooshed back and forth in a quite shallow area. Results were mixed as they say, but I liked this image which has a bit of a Halloween feel to it.
Posted in response to Becky’s April Squares challenge theme of ‘Bright.’ See more responses here.
Driving home on the mountain road, I noticed the late afternoon light making interesting patterns on the ocean below, so I pulled over and snapped a few photos.
Little bubbles clump together on the underside of the water’s surface.
Sunlight shining into the coastal waters can have varying effects, which is what I like about this photo.