Over the years I have written four letters to The New York Times.Two of them were published which shows that my view points were taken into consideration.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Before the sunset!

Before the sunset...the dusk! Honolulu, Hawaii.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

SHE GOT MAD AND CUT OFF HIS PENIS!

It happened 25 years ago and it was headlines all over the world. She got mad with her husband infidelities, got a very sharp knife and cut
off his penis. As the story goes, after she did the operation, she threw his penis out the window. When the police was called there was a frantic search for the severed penis because if the cats got it first...

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

DO NOT CONFUSE GIANT CLAM WITH SOMETHING ELSE!

Sean Madison, 22, was transported to Ka’u hospital after suffering from severe breathing complications, vomiting, extreme swelling and low blood pressure.
Madison, 22, whose condition has stabilized, said he inserted his penis inside the clam as a prank to impress his friend, Thomas Meyer.

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Extraordinary beauty

Sometimes it's very difficult to describe a beauty of a seascape. So, the best resource is to invoke a very common phrase..." A photo is worth a thousand words".

Saturday, February 09, 2019

Unusual souvenirs!

Unusual souvenirs at a souvenir shop in Honolulu.

Thursday, February 07, 2019

Honoring the sport of surfing!

Everyone knows about Duke Kahanamoku, the native Hawaiian who popularized the ancient Hawaiian sport of surfing.There is a stat
ue honoring him in Honolulu, but there are other statues honoring the sport of surfing as well.

The Pink Flamingos!

The flamingos get their pink color from plants and organisms they eat which are rich in alpha and beta carotenoid pigments.

Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Somewhere!

"Somewhere over the rainbow"...it's here, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Sunday, February 03, 2019

Hely Lima updates.

For years, every week I get information about where my work has been seen

Saturday, February 02, 2019

Queen Kapiolani!

This statue of Queen Kapiolani of Hawaii, when it was a kingdom is located at the Kapiolani Park, Honolulu, Hawaii. The decoration on her forehead is not a  jewelry, but one live moth!