Kilauea Point on the island of Kauai
For more on the letter tagged K, see Frizztext’s post
I love Kilauea! I love Kauai! Great pictures of a beautiful place. Now I want to go back!
Me too! Kauai is my favorite place in Hawaii. Thanks for stopping by. Nice to meet someone to share this with that’s been there.
the light is looking cool
Thanks Joshi. It was incredible out there that day.
I would love to go to Hawaii.
I think if you went when it was winter in your corner of the world you would love it even more
Kilauea looks amazing Angeline. Beautiful shots of the lighthouse.
It is such a beautiful location; I love the simplicity of the lighthouse, the ocean behind it is the main player. Thanks.
many birds at
Kilauea Point on the island of Kauai!
While we were there they were all out flying around enjoying the beautiful day, except for the Nene Birds. The cranes in your photo (attached to the link) are beautiful.
Hi Angeline, very nice post! Is that a Hawaiian goose on the photo? regards James
Hi James, yes, that is a Nene Bird, a Hawaiian goose. Cute little buggers.
I love the pictures of the lighthouse. I’m glad you included the sign with its history.
Thanks Rosie. They have a wonderful little center with videos and written history to help visitors understand the area.
I series of kool pictures. Looks like a nice place to just hang out and enjoy a beautiful scenery.
Thanks Otto. It was a wonderfully warm and sunny day to explore around the Point.
If you’re going to pick a “K”, Kilauea Point is a beautiful one, that’s for sure. I’ve never been so this was a pleasant surprise. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! This is just one of the beautiful places in Kauai; it’s such a beautiful island.
Beautiful lighthouse! Great choice for the letter K
Thank you Amy. It’s on beautiful grounds, a wildlife refuge.
Nice lighthouse, thank you for sharing its history.
You’re welcome Patricia; Hawaii is so full of rich history. Thanks for stopping to comment, I appreciate your visits.
Nice! I love the letter K!
I was going to post your picture instead of Kilauea, but didn’t have your permission.
Ha ha! That’s funny!
Sending you a hug….K!
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