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    Chant in the Forest

    $ 50
    The image "Chant in the Forest" is from a performance held in 1988 at Volcano National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii. The unusual site is the traditional hula platform built in the young grove of rare native koa trees near the caldera's edge. Depicted are two of Hawaii's living treasures, Nalani and Pua Kanaka'ole.

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    Kumupa’a

    $ 50$ 1,500
     The word “kumupa’a” means “To be built on a strong foundation of the past”. The Moku O Keawe Festival and Competition is the only international competition requiring performances in both Kahiko (ancient) and Auana (modern) styles. Great attention is paid, not only to beauty, skill and grace, but to language and interpretation. It is a strong foundation upon which the culture of hula will continue to grow.  

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    Pa’ana A Ka La

    $ 36
     

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    Tropical Reflections

    $ 50$ 1,500
    The first in a series of images known as "Contemporary Hawaiian," depicting beautiful local women in exotic tropical settings, "Tropical Reflections" captures the grace and peace of Hilo, an area known for it's rare and abundant palms and many streams and waterfalls.

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    Kukui Lei

    $ 50$ 1,500
    While up at the Volcano’s National Park during one of the hula performances on the authentic hula platform we found this captivating child wearing a head lei of Kukui leaves.  It was noon and the sun beat straight down, highlighting the lei till it shown like a crown.

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    Hula Sisters

    $ 50$ 1,500
    The image, “Hula Sisters”, depicts three of Kumu Hula Nani Lim Yap’s dancers each facing a different compass point, doing an oli aloha, welcoming their hula “sisters” from all over the world to the Big Island, where the Hula was born.

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    Ka Hula

    $ 50
    If your image of the hula is that of graceful hips and cellophane skirts, you are missing what is the best of Hawaii.  To me it is the Kane, the men of the Hula that make it amazing.  Their power and strength, speed and perfection that keep people coming back, year after year, to the Merrie Monarch.