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Aloha Photograph - Waianapanapa by Sharon Mau

Waianapanapa is a photograph by Sharon Mau which was uploaded on August 30th, 2012.

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Nice one Sharon

Beautiful capture and description! vf

I can never keep up with the beauty you capture and create Sharon. This piece takes my breath and my heart. And of course, if you add Mary Oliver I'm completely captivated. Stunning work my dear friend - too, too beautiful. F/V FB

Awesome and visual creation! Such color, depth, and textures…very fine work, f / v

Absolutely gorgeous image!! v

Wish I was walking thru there right now! Beautiful, Sharon

Waianapanapa translates from Hawaiian as Glistening Waters - Pailoa Bay Hana Maui Hawaii - E hana me ka ha`aha`a i aloha `ia n ia home Ia home luakaha a ka malihini - Beloved is this home . . This home so delightful to visitors - E aloha ae ana n au I ka makani kaulana o ka `ina A`u e ho`oheno nei Ka makani k`ili aloha - I love the famous wind of this land . . Mine to cherish . . The wind named Love" excerpts from The Kipahulu Zephyr by Matthew Kane Source: Kings Blue Book, 1916

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