Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Snaps from a travel piece for Japan's Harmony Magazine featuring tourist friendly activities on Oahu.
KCC farmer's market
Horseback riding at Kualoa Ranch
Dance party on the dolphin tour boat :)
Yoga in Kapiolani Park
Lomi Lomi massage at the Kahala Spa
Relaxing on a catamaran in Lanikai
Boat ride to Secret Beach
rest and repeat
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Friday, October 25, 2013
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013
Paulette Kaanohi Kaleikini is a Native Hawaiian Cultural Practitioner whose dedicated her life to her kuleana, protecting the iwi, which means to honor and take care of the bones of Hawaiian ancestors and protect ancestral burial sites which are now being threatened and desecrated as retail outlets and the rail projects are built up throughout Honolulu. We photographed her at the Walmart and TJ Maxx burial mounds and as she oversaw trenching for the new rail constuction for this Honolulu Magazine feature.
Burial materials used for iwi kupuna reburial ceremonies.
Kaanohi at the TJ Maxx burial mound site.
At the Walmart burial mound site.
Kaanohi talks with her cousin, cultural monitor, Kaleo, while overseeing trenching at a rail construction site.
The Walmart burial mound.
TJ Maxx burial mound
Trenching at a rail construction site.
Kaanohi talks with her nephew JR, cultural monitor at the rail construction site.
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