Tsunami Saturday

We had a Tsunami here in the Hawaiian islands on Saturday. The Ocean graciously touched us gently. No huge wall of water, just the ebb and flow of the tide......



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After the civil defense cancelled the warning I headed west. The Ocean stood there magnificent. You could see her still churning , so I did not enter the water. Respecting the Ocean and her power is the foremost responsibility for all of us.






It was the sun that made me smile on this Tsunami Saturday, all day long the sun shone brightly, and then she set in the west as if she was throwing an all clear party!



I had to smile, ALL DAY long amidst the panic and chaos here in the island, the sun shone brilliantly! The sun after all had a Birdseye view of the tsunami and if the sun spoke its brilliance was a sign to us that all was well in the Hawaiian islands!






I am an island gal....

Comments

Chrissy said…
LOL, we were given a low grade warning... My girls live in Santa Monica area and the warning was totally off mark... 2-3 ft. waves...
Tami said…
Thought about you on Saturday...so glad that there was no major damage.

Your post is glad tidings....
ρομπερτ said…
Glad you are all safe. Must have been quiet a feeling to live through those hours.
Makes one wonder about the real size of humankind and of how much influence we are, should be.
A wonderful Wednesday for you all.
Firefly said…
I imagine the surfers were all lined up waiting for some big breakers coming through. I'm glad you had no disasterous waves lashing your coast. Great sunsets to end a day of "near drama".
Barry said…
I'm glad it turned out to be a non-event, at least for Hawaii!
leilani said…
Thank you guys! It was quite a day!!
Crazyfox said…
I had a feeling all would be well in Hawaii and it was...We can be far away in distance but close in spirit and sometimes we can sense things about the island we love.
Crazyfox said…
I had a feeling all would be well in Hawaii and it was...We can be far away in distance but close in spirit and sometimes we can sense things about the island we love.

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