Monkey Pod trees in park across street from house.
Cattle Egrets out as the mowers were at park earlier.
One of Hawaii's few trees that loses it's leaves in the winter. Before the leaves even start coming back out, new blossoms begin to decorate the Plumeria tree.
Several homes along Kaahumanu Street display the American flag every day.
All sorts of palm trees line the streets and homes.
The Hibiscus is the state flower and they come in an array of colors and sizes. Some homes use them as a type of hedge along their property line. Others grow them as large or small bushes, and some grow them in pots as single plants. They bloom year round.
Plumeria blossom. Some are white, yellow, pink or an orange/pink/white variety, as this one.
Alpinia zerumbet, commonly known as shell ginger.
Reminds me a bit of an "alien". Must be Sigourine Weaver's yard.
Looking west towards the Waianae Mountains from Kaahumanu Street.
End of Kaahumanu Street. Benches and view of Pearl Harbor and the Pacific ocean await those who walk the to the top.
Looking west towards Barbers Point and the southern tip of the Waianae Mountains.
West Loch, Pearl Harbor, where the Navy mothball fleets rests.
Pearl City as viewed from atop Kaahumanu Street.
Not sure but my guess is some variety of trumpet tree.
Pearl City High School which is next ridge over from Kaahumanu Street.
Old fence post with a tropical plant growing inside.
Lush vegetation covers valley floor below Kaahumanu Street at top.
The Ford Island bridge which connects Ford Island, Pearl Harbor with Kamehameha Highway, Oahu.