Doors Off Moloka’i~

Check out,

a bird’s eye view,

of Moloka’i,

taken from a helicopter,

with the doors removed.

Oh, to be a bird and soar over these islands!

I flew solo with a skillful pilot named Nick.

No one in my family wanted to go with me.

I can’t imagine why not!

It was an incredible experience.

We flew over other places too, so stay tuned & Cheers to you from Moloka’i~

234 thoughts on “Doors Off Moloka’i~

  1. Beautiful, beautiful, Cindy. I love Hawaii – the water is compelling. We took a helicopter flight over Maui – the whole family – with gorgeous views of the canyons just off the ocean.,

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  2. I’ve never been in a helicopter (doors or no!), so I’m fascinated by your experience. What a beautiful place to soar above — and I’m eagerly looking forward to more. Being land-locked here, I sometimes *hunger* for water views. Sigh.

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  3. spectacular photos, Cindy! All those different blues are so beautiful! BTW, I was gone for a while so I just recently saw your comment about wishing I could teach art to your little grandsons! Oh, how I’d love that, too! I am so honored that you would say that! Thank you!

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  4. Oh my gosh, Cindy! Your pictures are breathtaking! And I don’t understand your family. My husband and I went on a helicopter ride in Kuai and it was the best experience ever, Unfortunately we were four passengers and no doors were open so my pictures are NOTHING like yours!

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  5. Reblogged this on Mitch Teemley and commented:
    My Featured Blogger this week is Cindy Knoke, photographer extraordinaire, whose images typically emanate from her home, “the Holler,” in rural California (yes, there is such a thing). But in this case, they’re a birds-eye view of paradise, namely the Hawaiian island of Moloka’i (“land of abundance”). They’re refreshing just to look at. Imagine being there!

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