Double rainbow over Punchbowl

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Nice double rainbow over Punchbowl Crater near downtown Honolulu the other day.

Punchbowl was formed by a volcanic eruption more than 70,000 years ago.

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Punchbowl was said to be the site of human sacrifices to the Hawaiian gods centuries ago.  After World War II, the interior of the crater became the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.


It’s a powerful place, full of mana.

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Royal Palms near the state Capitol.  Look closely just above the palm on the left, and you will see a Manu 0 Ku flying by.

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