Sara Kirschenbaum
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Hawaii!

Posted Thursday, Jan 26th, 2012 at 3:38pm

Annie and I went to see Sage and Candice in Hawaii after Christmas. Here are some photos.

We hit the water! Here is Annie getting her flippers on. I think that is Sage on the rocks: Hawaii1

Sage and I sharing a beer together for the first time (he is 21!):

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Candice's toes matching a leaf:

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A cheerful bit of trash:

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A Buddha at the wonderful place we stayed I highly recommend the Volcano Rainforest Retreat!:

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A quiet fellow who shared his beach with us:

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My favorite thing to photograph: water and light playing together.

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We had our own soaking tub at the Volcano Rainforest Retreat!

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Annie catches a baby gecko at a fruit stand:

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Candice shows us a coffee fruit and its beans:

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Awwwwww:

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Mama showing off her leaf-shapes:

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Sage climbs a tree:

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Joined by Candice:

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A rainforest embrace:

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A spiral in hand:

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The fiddlehead:

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Waterfalls:

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A bonfire:

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The KÄ«lauea volcano! Looking into the mouth of this volcano was one of my life's peak experiences. Wow.

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Here's Annie next to the mouth of Mother Earth:

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Magic! How did they do that?

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I risked getting soaked for this picture:

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A deep valley:

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Ocean:

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Wave:

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Annie contemplating a tidepool:

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Some water pictures:

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Annie wrapped in Buddha:

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And a few pictures taken with my Hipstamatic iPhone App:

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I like the color saturation of the Hipstamatic photos. but not the fake rough edges. What do you think?

23 comments

  1. cathy chishollm Wrote on Thursday, Jan 26th, 2012 at 5:57pm

    I like the fake rough edges. also the saturated color

  2. Ben Posel Wrote on Friday, Jan 27th, 2012 at 5:59am

    I like the lava bowl -- heated mostly by nuclear fission near the earth's core --and inspiring so many ancient stories, myths, poems, cartoons, gods.

  3. Staub Vera Wrote on Monday, Jan 30th, 2012 at 12:35am

    He, I can't get enough of your water-light fotos!!!!!

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