Sun, Surf, Plastic
The winter storms have brought plastic debris and rubbish scattered on every beautiful beach in Hawaii. Out on the ocean, dodging chunks of trash while trying to catch a wave is enough to flip your OC-1 (one man canoe) or dent your paddle. You grab what you can if you can tow it back to shore. The six man outrigger paddlers are always picking up trash in the ocean.
At the shore, there are always good samaritans picking up trash on the beach.
If we all pitch in and clean our beautiful planet, and try to lessen our carbon footprint, it will be a better life for all of us.
Wishing you many blessings to a cleaner Earth!