molly & sean

“Two tickets to the gun show” were essentials hiking the Pillbox hiking trail with my brother, Sean, and his wife Molly in Kailua, HI yesterday.wpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_01-2010-12-27-11-12.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_02-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_03-2010-12-27-11-121.jpg The views from Kaiwa Ridge And here I am, popping out of the pillbox (World War I era machine gun bunker). were almost as cool as graffitt on the Lanikai Bunkers… a favorite desktop photo to display in 2011. wpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_05-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_06-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_07-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgSpotted this little cactus flower on the trailwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_08-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_09-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_10-2010-12-27-11-121.jpgwpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_11-2010-12-27-11-121.jpg Here I am popping out of the pillbox (World War-era machine gun bunkers):wpid-Kailua_Hawaii_portrait_session_sean_molly_12-2010-12-27-11-121.jpg

5 Responses to “molly & sean”

  1. misti — December 27, 2010 @ 4:58 pm (#)

    Now I am curious if the starfish cactus is a native to Hawaii or an invasive! We grow them in our garden—well, when we had one—and they have a trash smell that attracts flies to pollinate it.

    Looks like a fun place for Christmas!

  2. Shane — December 27, 2010 @ 10:06 pm (#)

    Lanikai in the background? 🙂 Been there…

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  4. Sean Kern — January 5, 2011 @ 9:58 am (#)

    Beautiful colors and view, and even better company.

  5. Leah Bonebrake — October 16, 2013 @ 12:40 pm (#)

    the starfish cactus was introduced to Hawaii – not native.

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