WW: Moanalua Garden

August 29, 2007 by  
Filed under hawaii, wordless wednesday

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About the Author: Kailani:
Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.
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46 Responses to “WW: Moanalua Garden”
  1. 1

    What a huge tree, it is so wide!
    An amazing shot… Happy WW!

  2. 2
    Raquel says:

    Great shot, that tree is so huge.

  3. 3
    Melissa says:

    That is the coolest tree!! Makes me want to have a picnic :)

  4. 4
    Christine says:

    If we are having a picnic, can I bring the brownies.

    That is a very big and beautiful tree.

    Happy WW!

  5. 5
    wendy says:

    Neat tree! Do you know what kind it is?

  6. 6
    Gattina says:

    There is enough room for a whole army under this tree !

  7. 7

    That is one big ole tree…I don’t think I have ever seen one that wide. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy WW!

  8. 8

    Look at that! That is one beautiful tree.

  9. 9
    Marcia says:

    That is like a Lion king Tree Come see my head shots http://joyismygoal.blogspot.com/

  10. 10
    pelfy says:

    WHOA! This tree is REALLY HUGE! Thanks for sharing.


  11. 11

    Wow! This is a really huge tree! Happy WW!

  12. 12
    Andrew Boyd says:

    Hi Kailani,

    thanks for visiting my blog – and this has to be the nicest WordPress theme I’ve ever seen :)

    Cheers, Andrew

  13. 13
    carrie says:

    What an unusual tree! I’d like to have that in my backyard.

  14. 14
    oh amanda says:

    Now that’s one I’d like to read under!

    (thanks for your comments on my ww, too!)

  15. 15
    MomOf3 says:

    What a beautiful tree! Happy WW!

  16. 16
    Chris says:

    Gorgeous tree!

  17. 17
    Deb says:

    Now that’s some shade! Time for a picnic… :)

    Great photo – Happy WW!

    PS – My 5 previous posts are up and there’s also something for you over at my site… :)

  18. 18
    zamejias says:

    A mountain out of the these leaves! Did they design that on purpose. It sure looks trimmed and neat.

  19. 19
    Donna W says:

    I’ve never seen a tree quite like that, but it reminds me of live oak trees I’ve seen in Mexico and Texas.

  20. 20
    Carey says:

    Very cool. That would be a nice tree to have a picnic under. Happy WW.

  21. 21
    Stacey says:

    Prettiest landscape I’ve seen so far. Happy WW.

  22. 22

    Nature’s umbrella.

    Or a great place to meet your sweetie for a romantic lunch. *wink*

  23. 23
    Sparky Duck says:

    for it just being a tree, thats a great shot

  24. 24
    Moksha Gren says:

    I wouldn’t have thought a tree like that could support the weight. It looks like a giant bonsai tree. Truly amazing.

  25. 25

    what a big tree. Wonder how old it is?

  26. 26

    Wow, that’s so cool! I would love to have a picknic under the tree!

  27. 27
    N1N0 says:

    It’s amazing to think how old some trees are. What a huge life it’s got…

  28. 28

    Cool tree! Happy WW!

  29. 29
  30. 30

    Okay, I’ve seen a few trees in my day but that tree is incredible!


  31. 31
    Waya says:

    You’re killing me with all these breathtaking pictures of Hawaii Kailani!!

    7 more days and some peace and quiet around here!! School starts my friend!!

  32. 32

    That’s one HUGE tree! I would love to nap under that someday!

  33. 33
    Vixen says:

    Oh I think I have been there!!!! But our pictures didn’t come out as well as this one!

  34. 34
    Christina says:

    Whoa! that’s got to be the biggest tree I’ve ever seen!

  35. 35
    Dawnomite! says:

    It reminds me of a hovering alien craft, especially because I can’t see the trunk too well. :)

  36. 36

    AHHHHH, looks like a nice place to have a picnic!

    Happy WW!

  37. 37

    I wish I needed one of these calculators that you are giving away… We’ve already bought one. My 7th grader started school earlier this month. She insisted she needed one because it said so on the supply list. It would have been nice if they had said which math class this was needed for. But, mom, I can use it all the way through high school (sure, if she doesn’t lose it or someone doesn’t steal it). We marked her name all over that thing. The rule was it was not allowed to be taken to school unless it was needed, no leaving it in the locker, etc. Yup, she didn’t need it.

  38. 38

    at first glance, I thought it was a little tree covered hil but as I looked closer I see that is a HUGE tree with a big canopy. WOW!

    Thanks for stoppy by my WW!

  39. 39
    pamela says:

    The canopy on that tree is beautiful — as probably most of the commentators have mentioned.

    The root system on that has to be enourmous in order to support that…

  40. 40
    BeachMama says:

    Wow what a gorgeous tree!

  41. 41
    susan says:

    I had to take a second look to convince myself that all that greenery was being supported by one trunk! Neat shot!

  42. 42
    amy says:

    That is an AWESOME picture! Just saying hi since it’s been a while…hope everything is going well!!!

  43. 43
    Wendy says:

    What a gorgeous shot! I really, really want to go to Hawaii. I am decorating our nursery in a Hawaii/surfer theme. Am I desperate or what? LOL

  44. 44

    That is an interesting tree. Happy WW!

  45. 45
    donetta says:

    Hello Lady, What an amazing tree. I just want to curl up under it!
    I hope this finds you well.
    Be embraced and hope you have a beautiful day.

  46. 46
    JHS says:

    Wow! So lush and green, not to mention HUGE. Beautiful. So this place is now on my list of place to go when I return to Hawaii. Thanks for the tip!

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