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Kalo, or taro, is a staple in the traditional Hawaiian diet. Ancient Hawaiians believed that the kalo was their older sibling.
A branch of green, unripened Kona coffee.
A Gold Dust Day Gecko stretches to drink water from a ginger flower.
A Gold Dust Day Gecko, mo'o, rests on a ti leaf.
A honu (green sea turtle) basking at Laniakea Beach Park, famous for the number of turtles who visit there.
A pigeon flies by a plaza in downtown Monterrey NL, Mxico.
A pair of anole lizards mating.
A Buddha statue found at Foster's Botanical Garden.
The famous Aloha Tower; was once Hawai'i's tallest building.
A monarch butterfly perched on an orchid flower.
A stream seen from a hiking path in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Dancers perform at the annual Okinawan Festival.
A surfer climbs the top of the wave on the East side of Honolulu.
Surfer out at Sandy's Beach, O'ahu.
A fisherman waits patiently for waves to pass off the cliffs of Makapu'u.
A child heads back into the waves at Waimanalo Beach .
Practicing music with my husband
Cabin in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, North Dakota.
Adelie penguins taking a break on the ice.
He is Mahmudul Hasan. This fifteen years old boy is studying at an Islamic seminary, or madrasa. love to be photographed. But he scared of being photographed, because pictures are haram (forbidden) in
Mom practicing her art
waking up at mountain lake
Tennis Anyone
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Dancers perform at the annual Okinawan Festival.

Dancers perform at the annual Okinawan Festival.

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Kaneohe, Hawaii, United States of America
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© Whitney Miyahira.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2011
Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Feb. 17, 2013, 2:28 p.m.
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Camera Model: COOLPIX P80
Focal Length: 84.2mm
Shutter Speed: 1/716
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: ISO640
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