KAUAI, SEPTEMBER 2012
Waimea Canyon, mid afternoon.
No railings anywhere made it possible to get right to the edge, with a little nausea
Top of the canyon towards Wai'Ale'Ale, 5,100 ft into the clouds. 450 inches of rain every year. You can feel water in the air.
Above Kalalau Valley
A few steps further - mountaintop rainforest and swampland to one side, 5,100 foot drop across Kalalau Valley to the sea on the other. Hard to see with clouds so common. It looked like another planet
When we arrived, this is what we saw - like what you see out of an airplane, and fluffier clouds below. But we heard there was a view if the clouds lifted, so we waited to see.
Tina in the mist
Tina, looks small in the very center, with her camera pointed over edge of the ridge. We were the only two people there.
Lying flat on our stomachs, heads over the edge, we waited for about 50 minutes. Then in seconds it dissolved and the valley down below showed from behind the clouds. Felt like a dream.
Black goats on a ridge, brought to Kauai by Captain Cook and now live on the mountainsides — at Kauai.
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