Our big storm of a couple of weeks ago moved down from the northwest, from Kauai through Oahu and Maui to the Big Island. This view was taken one morning when the storm had enveloped Maui but not yet reached us. It wasn’t until late that same afternoon that the skies changed from blue to gray and black and the deluge began.
During the deluge of a couple of weeks ago, I took some photos that didn’t quite work out as intended, but still looked interesting to me. This is one of them.
This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘Your 2022 Year-in-Review.’ See more responses here. Like last year, I’ve gone with a favorite photo from each month of 2021, with a caption and link to the post the photo first appeared in.
An endemic Hawaiian Noddy glides over the ocean off North Kohala.
A view of Mauna Kea Resort and beach, with Kohala Mountain in the background, looking north from the coast path.
Java Glory Vine (Clerodendrum speciosum) hails from Indonesia. I saw this one tumbling from a wall on a hike along the South Kohala Coast.
This almost black and white image shows the over-spill from an infinity pool at a residence on the South Kohala coast.
Recently, we had our first big high surf event of the winter. Here, big swells roll in on the northern tip of the island.