For this week’s challenge, Cheri asks that we, “document the movement (or stillness) of a street: tell a story with your snapshot, capture a scene that reveals a bit about a place, or simply show us where you live — or a path you often take.”
In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that brings a street to life.
Baltimore’s Gaia joined Hawaii artists, Prime, Solomon Enos, and Estria to create a mural of Queen Lili’uokalini and King Kalākaua for this year’s Pow Wow Hawaii.
Queen Lili’uokalani succeeded her brother King Kalākaua after his death in January 1891. She was overthrown in 1893 by a group of advocates of a Republic for Hawaii led by Sanford B. Dole. This was after she sought to amend the Hawaii constitution to restore some of the power lost during her brother’s reign. Ironically “Aloha ‘Oe” was composed by Queen Lili’uokalani.
Gift from Andrew Schoultz.
A beautiful day for a walk.
Hannah Stouffer’s art.
Not part of Pow Wow. Same street.
They had same idea.
More Pow Wow Art
Pow Wow Hawaii is a week-long event that started in 2011 to celebrate art and culture. I know the event brings life to the neighborhood of Kaka’ako. I think the art that remains continues to give the street life too.
My Joyful Golden
Our Golden with our friends’ dog.
Pepper is a joy.
Love Christmas Joy.
The holidays are truly a joyful time for us. We are grateful for all of our wonderful friends and family and the moments they share with us. We are especially grateful that our newest family member, Pepper, is a good sport and allowed the Santa hat to stay on for photos. We also are grateful that our Golden makes friends easily and readily accepted his new brother.
This week the Word Press Photo Challenge is joy. Michelle W. notes:
Whether or not you celebrate a winter holiday, the years’ end is a perfect time to look back at the year-that-was and happily forward to the year-that-will-be. A time of renewal, celebration, and joy.
This week, let’s set ourselves up for a happy new year: share a photo that shows us JOY.
I hope all of you are having a joyful holiday season and have a very Happy New Year. I can’t wait to see what brings you joy. Click on the link above to find other joyful photos.
For this week’s Word Press photo challenge we are to focus on one thing. Don’t forget to click on the link to see what others are sharing.
Here comes Santa in a brown canoe.
Focus on the almost full moon.
Wishing each one of you Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and much happiness always.
Never be a food snob. Learn from everyone you meet – the fish guy at your market, the lady at the local diner, farmers, cheese makers. Ask questions, try everything and eat up! — Rachael Ray
KCC Farmers’ Market is a must stop when you visit Oahu. It’s a great place to get breakfast before or after a Saturday morning hike up Diamond Head since it is directly across from the entrance. And it is also the place to find fresh local jams, jellies, honey, snacks, baked goods, spices, etc. Don’t forget to pack a bag to carry it all.
Be sure to bring cash because some of the vendors do not accept credit cards. It’s a favorite part of my community.
This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge. Click on the link to see what others are sharing.