Our Hawaiian Vacation: A Gray and Rainy Day
We stayed indoors, for the most part, during the morning and afternoon of our thirteenth day in Hawaii (May 29). It was a gray and rainy day. Bob and I did go for a short walk to the public shore access near John and Dorothy’s condominium. I photographed artwork on the wall of one of the resorts, a mini waterfall and pretty flowers.
We passed by this condominium resort whenever we drove into downtown Kona. The artwork on the entrance wall always caught my attention.
When the waves rolled into shore, they would pour into the rock crevices. The water would then come out from the holes in the rock, creating mini waterfalls such as this one. We spent at least 30 minutes watching this particular waterfall being created over and over again.
Lastly, here are some of the colorful flowers that we saw while on our walk to the public shore access.
By late afternoon the rain had stopped. This was good, as we planned to attend an outdoor concert that evening. I will provide details and photographs from the concert, which we consider one of the highlights of our Hawaiian vacation, in my next Hawaiian blog post.
8 Responses to “Our Hawaiian Vacation: A Gray and Rainy Day”
Such beautiful flowers! I love watching the ocean too. Water is so calming and fun to watch.
That artwork would have caught my attention too. It is great!
You are right the artwork on the condos is fascinating. I would have been mesmerized by that little waterfall too. I love the way the water appears from between the rocks.
I continue to enjoy following your adventures on your trip.
Linda: Love the sculpture of the whale.
I doubt I'll ever get to Hawaii, so these are lovely glimpses.
I love Hawaii when I was there and really cant wait to go back. Yor flowers are stunning , the waterfall peaceful . Love your exposure also.
Neat picture of the mini-waterfall… You won't believe that we took a four-day trip this past weekend and only saw ONE waterfall the entire time… Obviously, it wasn't a waterfall trip–but both of us mentioned the fact that we seldom go on a trip when waterfalls are not involved…. haHugs,Betsy