#waterfallwednesday Every landmark on the Big Island has a great story behind it. This 80-foot double waterfall flows over a natural lava cave that was the legendary home of Hina, the mother of the demigoddess Maui. There was a battle that took place here when a lizard god, Kuna, fell in love with the mother and tried to take the home from her when she didn’t share the same affections. In the end Maui steps in to help her mother and calls upon Pele, the volcano goddess, to help her find Kuna who was hiding in the deep pools above the falls. Pele brought lava down to boil the pools to make Kuna flee so that Maui could kill him.
Nearly a year and a half later but I’m back! I might’ve been gone but I never stopped taking photos. I have a ton lined up from the past year+ from different seasons, countries and parts of my life!
This photo was taken nearly a year ago at a school residential. It was breathtaking, the last time I posted I wouldn’t have been able to imagine seeing this!
Date taken: 25/03/2017
I think about time a lot.
About how it always slips by without us noticing.
I mean, we notice change, like in the seasons.
The snow, it comes and goes on repeat.
Yet we don’t see time. Funny isn’t it?
Well today, or tomorrow, have a good look at it.
And do something actually worth your time!
In fact, I think I’ll stop sleeping.