Pele

Pele

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Pineapple Sunset  Aloha tropical island sunset by SouthPacific

Pineapple Sunset Aloha tropical island sunset by SouthPacific

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9 dibujos fantásticos hechos con lápices de acuarela que te encantarán - Para Los Curiosos                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

9 dibujos fantásticos hechos con lápices de acuarela que te encantarán - Para Los Curiosos Más

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Hawaiian Sea Turtle Art | ... photobucket.com/albums/cc82/Dalana_Notafji/Gifs/Art/hawaiian-art4.jpg

Hawaiian Sea Turtle Art | ... photobucket.com/albums/cc82/Dalana_Notafji/Gifs/Art/hawaiian-art4.jpg

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Horizon 'Direction Arrows' Metal Wall Art

Horizon 'Direction Arrows' Metal Wall Art

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Pele goddess of fire

Pele goddess of fire

Haumea by Isa Marie

Haumea by Isa Marie

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Pele "Goddess of Fire" - Very well known painting on the Island -- the model for the painting was none other than Princess of Puna -- of Uncle Robert's down in Kaimu/Kalapana.

Pele "Goddess of Fire" - Very well known painting on the Island -- the model for the painting was none other than Princess of Puna -- of Uncle Robert's down in Kaimu/Kalapana.

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Venus of the Lotus Card by Briar Avalokiteshvara Goddess Dharma Greeting Card

Venus of the Lotus Card by Briar Avalokiteshvara Goddess Dharma Greeting Card

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The Story of Laka, painting by Herb Kawainui Kāne. In Hawaiian mythology, Laka is the name of a popular hero from Polynesian mythology. (In other parts of Polynesia she is known as Rātā, Rata, Lata,Ata, or Lasa). Lengthy legends of her exploits extend throughout the islands, and the kings of Tahiti and Hawai‘i claimed her as their ancestor. In the Hawaiian legend, Laka is the daughter of Wahieloa and Hinahawa‘e. She plans to sail toHawaii to avenge the murder of her father, but her…

The Story of Laka, painting by Herb Kawainui Kāne. In Hawaiian mythology, Laka is the name of a popular hero from Polynesian mythology. (In other parts of Polynesia she is known as Rātā, Rata, Lata,Ata, or Lasa). Lengthy legends of her exploits extend throughout the islands, and the kings of Tahiti and Hawai‘i claimed her as their ancestor. In the Hawaiian legend, Laka is the daughter of Wahieloa and Hinahawa‘e. She plans to sail toHawaii to avenge the murder of her father, but her…

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