Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Tsunami pics in a quiet Hawaiian bay





I went out the other night to take photos of some of the mess left by the Tsunami here.
One of my favorite little boat harbors.
Sinking boats,
only masts left to see. Pointing to receding waves.
Fishing boats left high and dry.

4 comments:

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

You know, I actually thought about you when they announced that this may hit Hawaii a bit hard too...
I figured we would hear from you.. one way or the other.
SO HAPPY you are OK....and I understand your saddness about your little Harbor.

"Homeless" has a whole new meaning to me now..that I have seen the images out of Japan..it not a word that I personally can truly understand..but dread the very thought of it... all the same.

Praying for those people of Japan who are INDEED homeless and so VERY helpless at this time.

Rose

T's Daily Treasures said...

There are so many stories resulting from the earthquake and tsunami. The world is only aware of a small bit of what happened but the stories will continue for some time to come. Wishing you abundant blessings, Tammy

The Rustic Victorian said...

I am glad it was not worse there. The devistation is incredible. So are the Japanese people, handeling it with such grace. The news should show more of their attitude. If this happened in Ca. people would be looting and killing each other for gas, food, water.
I also pray New Zeland is healing, it's just all so heartbreaking. What do you hear from your people there?


Marcie

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That's beautiful dear!