Being back from Hawai’i seems to dictate a few appropriately-themed posts, so here’s the first. It’s from a sketchbook I had brought in the hope of getting a couple quickish drawings done while on the island for just such a purpose.
This one is just of a decorative pole outside the visitor center for the first national park we came across on the way down from the airport. Nothing says “welcome” like a carving of a demonic worm, you know. (Except maybe a carving of a severed head atop a stack of papayas, which is what this might also be.)
I don’t care what it represents, but to me it says “paradise!”