Thursday, October 23, 2008

A Hike in the Ko'olau Mountains

Today I hiked the mountains nearby my home. At one point we came upon what I think was an ancient heiau, which is an area that was used as a spiritual center and in another place I spotted a rock that had been wrapped with a Tea leaf, which is what people leave as an offering to Pele, the goddess of the volcanos. As I walked the trails through the river beds and up to the ridge line I could feel the mana and the presence of old Hawaii. Nature is so encompassing here.
And I found the most darling little curlie Q vines...just the right size for a new creation!


Jacqui said...

WOW Marlyn, nw that is God's country!!
Beautiful and inspiring:)

Shashi Nayagam said...

Wow what a beautiful place you live in. You got best of both worlds. The sea and the mountains. I love that seed pod. It reminds me of the Star spice that we have in India.

Gufobardo said...

I love your idea:you create when you find I think you haven't a 'WAREHOUSE', Stef

Ruth Welter said...

Hi Marilyn,

You have such a beautiful blog and your artwork is amazing.


3rdEyeMuse said...

am adding to my "One Day ... " list:

photo safari in the Ko'olau Mountains, HI.

thanks for sharing the gorgeous photos. :)