"Lilo" of Palolo sports his Christmas antlers with hopes he will be chosen for Santa's sled team this year. Vote for Lilo to make Santa's team this year!
My name is Helen Neverson-Gary; I’m an Army wife, Marines and High School Football Player mom. WE are sharing Leilehua High School Football Team (Mighty Mules JV) support to Breast Cancer Awareness. My son Randy Neverson 15yrs old, 10th grader and football player for Leilehua JV #6, has decided to give and show support to this month Breast Cancer Awareness by donating 68 printed T-shirts with the breast cancer ribbon to his teammates and Coaches. His main reasons for such genuine donation from his saving account ($521), is to educate his teammates, spectators, Coaches and the community (Wahiawa) that breast cancer can affect both men and woman. Randy motive is “being educated and early detection is the key to help promote a healthy long life”. So therefore, JV team and Coaches had worn their Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirt, while they cheer on their brothers “Varsity” as they played against Moanalua High School at home.We won both of our games yesterday JV/Varsity. "We fight hard on the field and against cancer.
I really was amazed with the clouds and the color of the sky while I was driving to work so I wanted to capture it. I decided not to stop to take the pic. I was so glad that I didn't stop because the photo turned out amazing!
My girls possess much love as a proud mom, I captured the image of what two sisters could create, the shape of a heart with the water which is shaped by the whip of their hair.
Photo taken and proud mom by: Irene Vereze
The Hamakua coast begins just outside of Hilo. This is where Mauna Kea’s slopes fall away into pali (cliffs) of surf. Small communities that grew up around the sugar plantations more than 100 years ago lie nestled along the road that traces this windward coast. Deep water-carved gulches and valleys are thick with tropical foliage. Little parks are nested down winding roads by the shore. As you watch the waterfalls tumble down Hamakua’s pali and ravines, you understand why, in the Hawaiian language, they are called wailele (leaping waters).
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Mar 9th 2012 4am HST: Supercell thunderstorm formed over the Ko'olaus/Windward Oahu and brought severe lightning, heavy flooding rain, golf ball size hail, water spouts and even a tornado to the windward size of the island which all caused moderate property damage at various locations. Supercell thunderstorms of this intensity is a very rare weather event to our islands.
Long exposure photo image captured on the flank side (Central Oahu) of Supercell Thunderstorm.
My two year old son, Tanner Callejo, releases a shot as he starts his journey towards breaking his dad's favorite player, Ray Allen's record of 3pointers made in professional basketball.
These are our two keiki,Abbie Kanani (8) and Jack-Ryan Kahiau (3), right after dancing hula for Kumu Etua Lopez at Hulihe'e Palace for the Kokua Kailua event on Sunday in Kailua Kona... a beautiful sunset to top off a beautiful day on Moku Nui!