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Of Life and Lens

Of Life and Lens

by Lauri Gwilt
April 28, 2017

He’s 98½ years old, and just walked in the door for lunch after mowing his neighbour’s lawn. His neighbour is 75. A moment later his 90-year-old bride of 68 years opens the oven door, releasing the soul-filling aroma of freshly baked buns... Read more

All I Need to Know I Learned From Hula Part 3

All I Need to Know I Learned From Hula Part 3

by Lynette Sheppard
April 22, 2017

As promised, here are a few more hula (life) lessons that this beautiful dance has taught me over the years. Lesson 6 When in doubt, ha`ina This is another gem from my first hula teacher, Kanani. We were... Read more

The Joy of Play

The Joy of Play

by Tania Carriere
April 15, 2017

Recently I spent a few hours completely mesmerized by this funny little creature. I think it was a bird, though I am not sure. It changed shape or disappeared completely every time I got close. I found it as I was exploring the gorges and caves in Pe... Read more

The Path of Most Persistence

The Path of Most Persistence

by Eric Alan
April 2, 2017

I celebrate that following an artistic path makes me grow and feel and question. So often along the way, I’m tasked to learn enough to absorb something new and then write, photograph or speak about it—and that process of discovery is the time I&... Read more

Life's Twists and Turns

Life's Twists and Turns

by Lauri Gwilt
March 26, 2017

  The last time I saw him we were just eighteen years old. It was graduation day, and I remember our conversation like it was yesterday. We didn’t tend to run in the same crowd, but on this celebratory day he and I found ourselves s... Read more