Feb 082017

We get winter too.  A front came through the islands on Sunday and Monday with high winds, lots of rain, causing flooding, some downed trees, and some power outages on the windward side of the islands.  I went out on Tuesday to get some photos of the carnage.

Caution:  These photos may cause some distress:

That is real grass, not a carpet.

Told you they would cause some distress, like you are distressed because you ain’t here right now.

And oh by the way…


There were about 4 or 5 out there doing their whale thing as the sun was going down.  I did the best I could with my old iPhone 5s camera but you get the idea.

Capt. Fritter

  2 Responses to “The Aftermath Of A Hawaiian Winter Storm…”

  1. oh just to know they’re out there and to see the spray from them!
    you need a good pair of binoculars! I would never tire of seeing even a glimpse of them.
    so cool capt!

  2. Where I live it’s in the 70’s all the time with low humidity and no creepy crawlers. Because I never go outside. Good thing we have huge windows with a view of a nature center and its ponds. It’s the best of both worlds.