The background for these posts can be found in THIS post.
In brief, these posts serve to introduce new readers — and reintroduce regular readers — to photos from the early days of this blog and, occasionally, to photos from days before this blog came into existence.
Today, I offer another relatively recent gallery — from May, 2018—with 81 photos originally shared in THESE posts. At the time, we were still in Hawaiʻi and I was using the Note 8. All of the photos from this gallery were snapped with the Note 8.
Anyway, on to the gallery of 81 photos.
“Is that a panorama?”
Why, yes, Bob; it is.
We often went for drives (the car has air conditioning) and there are sights-a-plenty, but, somehow, we often ended up in places like this . . .
Sometimes, after a good snack, we got to see protected reptiles.
One place we liked to visit is the Puʻuhouna o Hōnaunau NP. It used to be known as the City of Refuge or Place of Refuge but was officially changed to its current difficult-to-pronounce name.
Here are some artifacts made on-site by a guy dressed in traditional garb (meaning, practically naked).
Being on the Big Island, there’s always something to photograph, be it flowers, decorations, or artifacts.
Sometimes I’d see things that I’d encountered on the mainland . . .
And artsy stuff . . . lots of artsy stuff . . .
What often caught my eye was strange — to me — flora . . .
And, of course, benches . . .
It’s a small gallery, but diverse in its offerings.
Note: the transition is set to 2sec, but — if you move the cursor anywhere within the photo — you’ll see a pause button on the lower left, and, once paused, you can use the left and right arrows on both sides of the photo to navigate the slideshow. If you click anywhere in the photo instead of the pause button, you’ll exit the slideshow and find yourself in SmugMug. You can still scroll through the photos, or interact in other ways.
Slideshow of Samsung Note 8 Photos — May 2018 photos (81 photos)
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