Sunday, May 07, 2006

Ulupalakua Day Tripping

Follow the Lily Lined Road.

Purple Haze.

Getting Spiky.

Hunting and gathering Hunnemannia fumariaefolia, Mexican Tulip Poppy seeds out in the Wild Lands.

Respect the Aina.

I mean it.
Respect the Aina.

Sunset from the Porch Back Home


christin m p in massachusetts said...

You take the most beautiful pictures.

Respect the Aina? Being from the mainland, I need some details on that.

christin m p in massachusetts said...

Please let me know if this is bad blogging etiquette; I don't know the rules, yet. I finally at least have a profile page for what I hope will become my blog, but I have a long long way to go. First I have to find the time to put more stuff in it. Maybe I can add a little bit here and there on the weekends. Anyway, you can see it if you click on my blogger display name (of course you already knew that). I named it daysleepsanctuary, like my e-mail address.

Christopher C. in Hawaii said...

Aina means the earth or the land.

If there is blogging/forum etiquette, the unwritten rule I have noticed the most is stay on topic to the original post. Much leeway is given to this "rule". Some people are more stringent about it than others.

whistlestop caboose said...

For a start, the flowers are gorgeous - from my alpine corner they are utterly exotic and make one dream of trips to faraway places. Thanks for these!
I think your comment on blog etiquette is on target. Perfectly ok to point people to your own blog, as long as what you're talking about is what is on the blog you're visiting! In this case Christen visits often, I think and letting people know she has a new blog is ok.