Today is an experiment. I’m blogging from my iPhone. My computer’s video card gave up.
I am the body on the beach. At least my feet are.
Wow, I have so never seen this in Maui.
She sent my husband and I scrambling for our cameras this morning.
I’m thinking Maui is not her idea of the ideal vacation spot.
My husband and I wake up early every morning. It has been nice to be out on the lanai, watching everyone wake up.
One treat we see each day is a group from a canoe club down the beach. They get up and go out in the ocean about 6:30 each morning.
This picture was taken by my husband, Warren C. Mitchell on a Sony RX 100 II.
If anyone is looking to buy a camera, this one is very good. It is a large view lens which makes the quality of the photos as good as DSLR cameras.
This is my last week. I have so enjoyed my trip.
Here is a little sand crab we ran across yesterday. These guys are running sideways all over the beach, if you look for them. They live in little holes they dig.
Photo taken by Warren Mitchell, my husband. Such a guy.
I have a very special photograph today.
It is my favorite body of all time, my husband, Warren and a new friend we met today. Kayla, a Rhodesian Humpback. She originated in Africa, where her breed are used to hunt lions.
She is a beautiful dog, with a warm personality. She is missing her hump, however. Kayla lives on Maui, where she loves to romp on the beach.
This is another photo from my iPhone.
I thought of the old saying, “she runs like a girl” when I saw this woman running on the beach. Yeah, she does run like a girl, an athletic one.
This woman comes out to run early each morning. I’ve tried to capture her for several days, but she runs too fast. I finally got her today on her return when she slowed a bit.
Here’s to strong women.
Here I am with another post of Bodies On the Beach.
The couples on the left have never been to Hawaii before. Although their clothes look like summer, they are way too much for Hawaii.
They will figure this out in the afternoon. Off they will go to shop for cooler clothes.
Hawaii is just so warm, you barely want anything on. I love it!