April 12, 2009
Now Appearing in Coral and Lava on Hawaii

On the Kona coast of Hawaii, there’s a tradition of writing messages on the black lava flows using the white coral that washes up on the beaches. On a whim, we added a message of our own. You’ll find it about 12 miles north of the Kona Airport on the west side of the Queen Kaahumanu highway at 19°53.6759′N × 155°53.6407′W.

Kona InfoCard Icon Close-Up
Close-up

Kona InfoCard Icon Artists
My co-conspirators with their artwork

Kona InfoCard Icon Overview
In context

Kona InfoCard Icon Mike
And me

2 Responses to “Now Appearing in Coral and Lava on Hawaii”

  1. Pamela Dingle on 13 Apr 2009 at 7:46 am #

    Ha, I love it!

    I may have to try to match it in pinecones, some time :)

    Hope you had a great holiday,

    Pam

  2. Gerald Beuchelt on 14 Apr 2009 at 11:45 am #

    Nice! Hope you had a good time on the Big Island… we always enjoyed it a lot!

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