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Nuuanu Caldera Hidden In The Morning Mist

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Satoshi Matsuyama Nuuanu Caldera Hidden In The Morning Mist 2009
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Artist:

Satoshi Matsuyama

Title:

Nuuanu Caldera Hidden In The Morning Mist

Year:
2009

Medium:

Size - (USA):
163.8 W x 102.4 H x 3 D (inches)
Size - (metric):
416.1 W x 260.1 H x 7.6 D (centimeters)

Theme:

Edition:
100
Artwork ID:
467236
Artwork Description:   The running in work Nuuanu Caldera Hidden In The Morning Mist in 2009 was completed. A left Olomana mountain and the Rabbit island float on the morning mist the location as the Ko'olau range and Valley of the Winds Nu'uanu Pali are Ho'omaluhia botanical garden of the Kaneohe city in the right side. Hoomaluhia means to make a place of peace and tranquility. It is thought that it covers because of vast ocean of clouds of morning haze though the Kaneohe city is a town of the air force in Hawaii state. There is a big active fault on the way of the Ko'olau range, Pali Hwy runs, and there is a look out, too. Nu'uanu Pali is called, alias Valley of the Winds, and the windiest valley in Oahu Island. A fresh wind is sent from Kaneohe of the window word to Honolulu of the Eva word. A mysterious natural phenomenon always happens in this area. The rainbow is seen from the Honolulu side, and iridescent clouds are seen from the Kaneohe side. The fog will vanish somewhere before long with the visit in the morning. James 4 (New International Version) :13 Now listen, you who say, Today or tomorrow we will go to this or that city, spend a year there, carry on business and make money. :14 Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes. Honolulu Botanical Gardens Department of Parks and Recreation 50 N. Vineyard Blvd. Honolulu, Hawaii 96817 Phone: (808) 522-7060



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