Epiphytic plants adorn the megaliths that comprise Ha'amonga a Maui.
Contrast forms and contrast colours look very harmoniously together. Wonderful image, Yan!
Best wishes. Eva
I am truly happy that you see this beauty, too, Eva.
Wonderful shot Ian The nature is so strange, it surprises us every moment. Greetings
I think I am one of a very few visitors or even the only one who has taken this kind of photo here. I watched many others come and they seem to all take pictures of the trilithon with themselves or others standing under it. But no one seems to see the small beauties like this that are all around. Interesting behaviour isn't it?
Thank you for sharing in my little joy and surprise.
come share with me in enjoying this little beauty on our balcony
Like this one, including the spider webs.R
"Interesting behaviour isn't it?"
Such common behaviour. Thank you for an uncommon photograph. Marilyn
Thank you Robyn for zooming in, or have you seen it on the screen in Ben's presentation on Tonga? It really was a great joy to have him with us. He will be an excellent photographer. He certainly impressed his Granddad. Dad
And Marilyn, while I did take quite a few images looking through the archway of the trilithon, there wasn't enough interest either way to create a framed image for you...except for the one that is uploaded, in which my grandson, (Ben is now 10) lay down to act as the equinox pointer, replicating an engraving on the top of the lintel.
So it does pay to look up as little glimpses like this are the reward. Actually it was Ben who first had me looking up for the first thing he did was to lie on his back under Ha'amonga and take a photo from there.
Your affirmation and thanks are appreciated.
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