Sunday, April 19, 2015

Soft Sunday Whispers

A   L   O   H   A     from   Honolulu!
“ Be the ghost of 
the empty streets! 
You shall be crowned
 with the touch of
great inspirations! ” 
                         Mehmet Murat ildan










Shell Ginger Spilling
" It is not easy 
to walk alone
 in the country 
without 
musing upon 
something. "
                  Charles Dickens

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Kawaiahaʻo Church
" constructed between 1836 and 1842 
of some 14,000 thousand-pound 
slabs of coral rock 
quarried from an offshore reef.
 Hawaiian divers with hand tools 
dived 3 to 6 metres 
below sea-level to 
chisel out each coral block, 
which had then to be transported 
from the reef and onto shore. "
Wikipedia

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Light Overcoming Stone
“ The softest things 
in the world 
overcome the 
hardest things 
in the world. "
                               Lao-Tzu


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Lovely to
See YOU
Again, My Friend!
                                             cloudia


31 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

Very pretty sights around Hawaii this morning and the quotes, always enjoyable.

kaykuala said...

Great pics Cloudia! Lao Tzu's quote sets one thinking as it stood for contrast yet effective!

Hank

eileeninmd said...

Good Morning, Cloudia! Wonderful images.. The sky looks beautiful and I love the Dickens quote. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

Birdman said...

Dickens is correct. I always get distracted in the back 40 from my work finding something new.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pretty amazing, that church construction. Thankfully, we're not supposed to hurt the coral reefs like that any more.
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TexWisGirl said...

wow. coral rock!

love the ginger!

Bob Bushell said...

The skies, they are beautifully blue.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I love the ginger! It's so amazing. The sky is beautiful - the air must be so clean!

Charles Gramlich said...

don't think I've ever seen a pic of ginger like that before. cool.

Teresa said...

Very cool pictures. I loved the light and shadow on the stone and the church made out of coral. Can you get close-ups of the church to see the coral?

Mama Zen said...

That shot of the ginger is so cool!

Nancy Chan said...

Lovely pictures. I love the shell ginger spilling...

Snaggle Tooth said...

I hear there is also a pink coral castle in South Miami Florida. So muck work getting the material out of the water- Nifty pics. Have a good week- Aloha!

Elephant's Child said...

Is it possible to walk alone without musing about something? I hope not.
Gorgeous pictures and quotes.

William Kendall said...

The church stands out beautifully!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Love that shadow shot and the quote to go with it!

RedPat said...

Interesting to see the coral rock church. There will probably be no more built like that, Cloudia.

Tom said...

A lot of work to build this lovely church. Aloha Tom The Backroads Traveller

Spare Parts and Pics said...

The ginger flower is amazingly beautiful!

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

i love the clock tower. way cool. hope you are well this week. take care. ( :

magiceye said...

Beautiful captures!!

Namaste /\ from Mumbai
Aloha!!

Cloudia said...

Thanks dears!

Small Kucing said...

love the second photo. says shell ginger spilling. i wonder is it a ginger flower or something like that. Very beautiful

Pietro and Cynthia said...

Nice series of pictures, fascinating skies!

Halcyon said...

So much beauty. Love the flower and the shadow on the stones especially. :)

Molly said...

Such beautiful skies

Mollyxxx

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The church is wonderful Cloudia, even more so when you know the history and the work that it took to gather the materials to build it!

Jeannie Marie said...

Shadows are the softest! Great food for thought on your photo!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Love the shadowy stones!

Wheel Shadows

Kalantikan said...

I love that shot of the shell ginger, Alpinia. I took one too, but it is not hanging as lovely as that.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful post.