Kaukaohu looks over Ka’ala farm where he and his family grow kalo sustainably. On the other side of the mountain range are the Schofield Barracks, a U.S. military base. He grew up hearing and seeing test explosion and still does.
At this address is an underground concrete tunnel that was designated as a nuclear fallout shelter for 160 people, one of the only in the Kailua sector of Hawai’i.
Burlesque tease outside Mark’s Center Garage, an arts centre that used to be a nuclear fallout shelter with a capacity of 60 people. Chinatown, Honolulu, Hawai’i
The Jason Apartments were designated fallout shelters during the Cold War. These have since been decommissioned, even though Hawai’i is facing nuclear threat yet again in the North Korea-United States. Honolulu, HI.
Fascinated by the root system of the Banyan tree who germinates and grows out of a host tree. Honolulu, Hawaii.
They may look calm here, but paddling in a twelve-person wa’a, the waves felt mighty. Gliding in these waters in unison felt like the perfect way to honour their force.