Photos 2006

My mom, Jane Yanabu, is a teacher at Keonepoko Elementary School in Pahoa. I visited her classroom in June.

On that same trip, I took Tim Holland on a foggy tour of Kilauea Iki, including some of the ohia trees in the crater.

Meanwhile, back in Albuquerque, I photographed the bumper crop of snap beans in the back yard, as well as the last of the season marigolds and okras.

In October, I went on a tour of Okinawa with my parents and grandparents. I had never been to Japan before, and found it full of visual interest.

A Keonepoko School Day

Teacher's desk Jane Yanabu, teaching her first graders
Mom's desk   Mom reading to her students

Kilauea Iki Hike

Kilauea Iki Crater Kilauea Iki Crater
The last time I hiked Kilauea Iki, I remember it being a hot and brightly sunny day. Not today. It could have been the Plains of Mordor, for all the fog.

 

Ohia Tree Ohia Tree
This time, the ohia were blooming.

My Backyard Albuquerque Garden

Bean plants outside the office A pocket fountain
Bean plants outside the office   For all the money this miniature pond cost me, I would have done as well to fill it with coins
Autumn marigolds Okra
In the fall, the marigolds took over where the tomatoes had been   Okra, looking atmospheric

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