Friday, March 9, 2012

MAUNALUA MORNING and more Showers

Rain, Rain, Enough Already!

The past two weeks have brought severe storms to all of the Hawaiian Islands. This past week was especially bad here on Oahu, with thunder, lightning, high winds,
HAIL & A TORNADO (In Hawaii?!?), rock and mud slides, and the “delightful” raw sewage spills. When all this runoff finds it’s way to the ocean, it turns our beautiful turquoise seas into chocolate sludge. It is actually very sad to see.

A “Brown Water Advisory” is issued and people are warned to keep out of the ocean. We have had the Brown Water Advisory for quite a few days now, which means no surf for me. I have almost forgotten what a warm and sunny day feels like, but I have not given up hope. Soon, the skies will clear, and hopefully the water will clear, and we will be back out there surfing at sunrise in Paradise once again.
Can’t wait!

Until then, here is my latest 6x12 palette knife oil painting, titled
“Maunalua Morning”.

Maunalua Bay is located in Hawaii Kai, on the south east end of the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
It is a scenic bay with Koko Head and the Portlock area as it's backdrop.

Mahalo for taking the time to view my artwork.


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