Hawaiian botanical #2
Puaala (Euphorbia hirta), also called beach snow, is a coastal plant with leaves and stems adapted to resist the salty ocean wind. The leaves are succulent and bristly as shown in the close-up. The stems produce yellow, five-petaled flowers described as star shapes. This awesome art of Ikebana has an elegant simplicity that I quite love.
Art created, designed, and photographed by Francis Domecq.
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It’s not even particularly known as a good spot, and yet it still draws an unbelievable amount of people. Since I had free time, I decided to come and see for myself, but… As expected, just like with the previous sport, there were some pretty amazing guys here. To think that there would be more than ten people out here…