Molokai: Images of Hawaii's Friendly Isleby Brian Kossen, Douglas Peebles (Photographer), Douglas Peebles
Moloka'i - known as the "friendly isle" - is considered the most "Hawaiian" of all the islands in the archipelago. It's a place where the aloha spirit is not just an idea, but a way of life. Here, the real Hawai'i, the old Hawai'i, still lives on. Moloka'i is also an island where the splendor of a tropical paradise endures with natural beauty, small town coziness, and intriguing history. Almost lost in time, there are no structures taller than a coconut tree, no traffic lights, and quietly possesses a plethora of secluded beaches and serene vistas.
Moloka'i was also the home of Father Damien, one the world's most renowned humanitarians whose work at the Hansen's Disease settlement colony of Kalaupapa is memorialized there.
Moloka'i: Images of the Friendly Isle captures all aspects of this quiet island from the earthy tones of flourishing farmlands to the sparkling blue of adjacent ocean waters and the fiery crimsons of gorgeous sunsets. Quaint, peaceful, timeless - yesterday's Moloka'i is still here today for all to experience.
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