Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fencing in Paradise

A  L  O  H  A !
The mural on this
 construction fence shows
the paradise they are selling-
The paradise they are infringing.

The Sunset Cannot Be Fenced

I like what this photo reveals 
about the back streets and 
older infrastructure of Honolulu.
It says a lot about how 
local people live, 
in cinderblock apartments, 
riding mopeds.
But if you look to the 
end of this street, you 
see the peaks of the Ko`olau Mts.

Linking to

Thank You!
                 Fondly, cloudia


Teresa said...

My favorite is the unfenceable sky! Great post. Thanks for showing us "behind the scenes" at Waikiki.

DeniseinVA said...

Me too, I love the unfenceable sky.

Karen S. said...

Funny thing the moped stood out first for me, but I always love the mountains! Aloha, enjoy your off the beaten paths, everyday.

ANITA said...

Hello sweet woman:)))))))Nice post!

I wish you a happy evening:))

RedPat said...

Paradise being infringed - it happens everywhere, Cloudia!

TexWisGirl said...

yes, paradise being built up.

Cloudia said...

Thanks Dear pals!

Andy Wilson said...

Visiting via Good Fences :)
Reminds me of an old song lyric, "They paved paradise to put up a parking lot".

William Kendall said...

Andy thought of the same lyric as I did.

Elephant's Child said...

Oh the irony of the first fence.
And the magnificance of that unfenced sky.

Merlesworld said...

I do not like tall buildings.
I like to look at the sky not live in it.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Don't fence me in applies to the sky and brave free spirits.

Ida said...

Progress isn't always a "good" thing. - Too bad they've infringed on the beautiful countryside with highrise buildings. - I agree that sunset was to pretty to be fenced in.

orvokki said...

Too many huge buildnings in the paradise.
Thanks for sharing.
Wish you happy friday.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Cloudia, it is sad how much building is going on in you Paradise. I love the sunset and the view of the mountains. Thanks for sharing, enjoy your day and weekend!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Back streets and old infrastructure look like home. :-)