We stopped at a little roadside park on our way to our next scheduled site in Maui. These are just a couple of shots of Sun Yat Sen Park.
The park is not very fancy but the view was lovely.
I was fascinated by this plant with long plumes.
There are several statues and behind this one is the coastline in the distance.
This is a wild Poinsietta in the corner of the Park...
my DH was rushing me to get back in the car.
The third spot on our visit was Maui's Winery ~ Tedeschi Vineyards at Ulupalakua Ranch.I only took about five photos but the camera must have locked up because I only got one cute bird that I will share in bird photos another day. It was getting late in the day so we took a very quick taste, used the private facilities (brb) and headed back down that winding road.
Next week I'll move on to Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Alyce of At Home With Books. Photos can be old or new, and be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. Please don’t post random photos that you find online.
The poinsetta is interesting - it looks bigger than I imagined they would be. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/BIJkgReplyDelete
That plant with the plumes is odd, and the stone wall along the side of the road is cool!ReplyDelete
I've been to Maui, once. We drove the road to Hana - it was terrifying! All switchbacks. Great catch - the wild poinsettia photo.ReplyDelete
I'd love to visit Hawaii sometime. I would have never expected to see a stone fence, so much more English countryside in my mind.ReplyDelete
Very nice...looks like you had a great vacation.ReplyDelete
My Saturday Snapshot is in the link below.
My Saturday Snapshot
I like the picture of the wild poinsettia. The views in the pictures of the road a nice too. I also enjoyed the picture of the stone fence which is not something that I would think that they would have there. Thanks for sharing your pictures with us.ReplyDelete