Far from the resorts is a piece of protected coastline and a trail that ends where a stream reaches the ocean. It is a place I return to for peace again and again.
This piece is called Waihe’e Pōhaku.
Waihe’e, is the part of the island, and it means slippery waters.
Pōhaku are the stones that fill the stream and line the coast, the pieces of this dramatic coastline that have broken off and have been polished round by salt or fresh water.
This original watercolor is 8x10in. The painting will be floated on a white matboard, suitable for framing.