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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


December 13, 2003 - Issue 102


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Hawai'i - A Photo Essay - Part 1

by Suzanne Westerly
credits: all photos courtesy of Suzanne Westerly

unless stated, all photos taken on the North Shore

Volcanic rock along the shore

every sunset is different

closeup of sand with green "beachglass"

the beach I walk everyday

a coconut found on the beach

some creatures found on the sand

gecko on wall

on window with screen in back


foot of a sea turtle

resting on the beach

common birds

quite a few people have horses

some coral

a beach near Kailua, on the east side of the island

the rugged southeast shore

Sharks Cove where people love to snorkel to see many fish

setting up for the surf contest at Sunset Beach

Waimea Bay, with the Waimae river running almost to the sea. During
winter, the two meet, and sometimes the road (lower left) gets washed
out, luckily not often.

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