Image © Alison Whalen
We don't go to Lahaina very often. When we do, we avoid Front Street - too crowded, too many activity sales booths and hard-sell time-share barkers, too many guys with parrots on their shoulders charging tourists a dollar to photograph them. Blah. After a block or two of this, we're ready to ditch the strand and check out the back street gardens and the little cove where there always seems to be an abundance of sea glass washed up along the tideline.
This was just a tiny little garden, but growing in it were more than twenty varieties of flowers, each one a different color, all in full bloom and peaceful co-existence. It was the polar opposite to the Front Street chaos.
acrylic on paper
actual image size - 6 1/4" X 8"
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