Puu Waawaa, Hawaii

The Silver Oak blooms in March

The last week of March I was out with Mother Nature for a hike in the upper dry land forest. A very pleasant day walking and visiting my old friends the trees. It’s spring time in the forest. If you have not had a chance to get  out to the wild places lately take a few deep breaths. Close your eyes for a moment, empty your mind of all thought, relax, breath slowly in, exhale. Push the button – play – and take a 3 minute hike. A little mini-vacation to Puu Waawaa, Hawaii. Breath in…deeply, exhale slowly. Your aloha is in your breath. Aloha.

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promoting environmental education, protecting all species and preserving the wild places with art, music and storytelling.
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5 Responses to Puu Waawaa, Hawaii

  1. Ratya says:

    Amazing… wow

  2. Looks gracious and regal. I can almost smell the blossoms. The music carries the theme. Love it.

  3. Simply beautiful! On a technical note – very nicely crafted. Fantastic choice of music, well placed photos, fades, transitions at the right time. Thank you! It drew me right in 🙂

  4. df says:

    That really was a lovely little respite; wonderful.

  5. Cathy says:

    That was lovely. Thank you!

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