Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Stoney Guards

Upscale suburbia - that's Maui. There are few buildings on this island over fifty years old, and even fewer structures of any architectural note. This blandness is reinforced by restrictions imposed by many communities (mine included - "You can paint it beige, but not too light or too dark a beige!"). Which is why I am drawn to photograph the Indonesian house just down the street. I seem to see something new each time I walk by. There are two of these stone guys, one on each side of the gate keeping guard. They kind of remind me of what I see the first thing in the morning in my mirror.

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