Thank you kindly tureby for these extraordinary pictures of Hawaii, and welcome to Givnology.

Love,
Vicky

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From HELLO magazine

Money doesn't grow on trees, but apparently art does. On the island of Kauai,' rainbow eucalyptus' trees are the brightest of the bunch. They periodically shed their bark,revealing green patches underneath. Over time, those spots then turn shades of blue, purple, orange and maroon, creating a masterpiece cortesy of Mother Nature.

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Thank you Inda for this amazing natural piece of artwork. These trees must be absolutely spectacular.

I am glad that we are back on the original topic.

Love,
Vicky

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