Fields of Honoka’a

The northern end of the Big Island is cattle country. It feels less like a Southern Pacific island and more like a Northern California coastal plain.  Green pastures, sloping hills, and low fog.

We found this field just outside the little town of Honoka’a on our way back from the Waipi’o Valley lookout. The light was perfect and the ocean seemed to disappear into the sky beyond the horizon.

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3 Responses to Fields of Honoka’a

  1. beth says:

    these are the ones i was waiting for.

  2. emmie says:

    Wow! I just got caught up on all your pages. So awesome! So glad you have all these pics!!!

  3. kai-lan says:

    I really think you can make some money if we can get your pictures in a gallery here.

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