This, I promise, is the second-last outburst consequent upon the Hawaii Problem where my Lightroom is all bulgy with nifty Big-Island photos. Today, shades of green at Akaka Falls State Park.

It’s a nice park at the end of nice drive north from Hilo, with a worthwhile side-trip to that botanical garden then through the pleasant village of Honomu.

The park itself is an unchallenging half-hour ramble along causeways through pretty dense rainforest up to where there’s a nice view of the falls. Except for the green stuff was more interesting that the long twisting white stream of water. Like this:

Greenery in Akaka Falls state park, Hawaii

Oh, and the waterfall.

Akaka Falls, Hawaii

Since very few monitors out there are correctly calibrated, it’s unlikely that any two people will see the same 50 or so shades of green, but most of the variations will still probably look pretty good.

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