It Takes a Family

It takes a family to get a stunning Kauai, Hawaii sunset photo for Before Sundown’s Welcome Page. It takes a family at the Sheraton Kauai Resort to get fabulous photos of Poipu, Waimea Canyon, Wailua Falls, and Koke’e State Park for the gallery.

 

It takes a very special family, Ted & Kim Robinson, Michael & Laurie Hallak & baby Reagan Hallak & her rubber ducky, to make this blog post something worthwhile to read.

Y’all know I’m Ted’s Mom, Reagan’s Gram Gram, & Laurie’s grandma!(smiles)

Enjoy!

Not to single out just one family member’s photographic talents, Ted & Kim took many of the photos, but we have a professional photographer in the family to promote.

Laurie Elizabeth Photography

www.laurieelizabeth.photography

Meet Laurie

I love capturing moments that deserve to be remembered. It is just as important to embrace the moment, as it is to reflect on it later! I do what I love and love what I do, and my desire is for my work to resonate with you. If you like my style, I would love to capture those memories that you wish to relive for years to come.

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About C.E.Robinson

Christine Elizabeth Robinson, a former nurse practitioner ventures into the world of fiction to write books. Published in May 2022, THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE, a historical fiction, comes from her love of researching family history. A background as a published poet, experience in writing fiction, non-fiction and screenplays, is an advantage in her writing career. Christine lives in Southern California. A literary fiction book, in progress, A SONG FOR CLARE, approaches a woman's staggering real-life medical and relationship challenges. Her love of music and talent to sing, saves her. http://cerobinsonauthor.com
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29 Responses to It Takes a Family

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Beautiful photos (I love the rubber duck).

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  2. Timothy Price says:

    All beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful photos of Kauai and family. Kids are so photogenic, aren’t they? Even the big grown-up ones. I’d love to go to Kauai. If I head to Hawaii again, that island is next. Happy Weekend, Christine!

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      Diana, thanks so much for your visit and comment. Apparently Kauai is the favorite in my family. More outdoor things to do. Love to collect photos of their travels. I have more posts planned for granddaughters. One traveling in Australia, and another returning to NYC. So much fun. Christine

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  4. GP Cox says:

    You certainly found the right word, Christine, STUNNING!!

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  5. I am not too old yet for a Hawaii trip. Love the photographs–all of them! Glad you’re back, Christine.

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    • C.E.Robinson says:

      Greg, thanks so much for your comment! Kinda know what you mean! A lot of older people think of Hawaii as the perfect place to vacation. An easy flight from the west coast & no language barrier. Enjoy your “at home” with those wonderful cats! 📚 Christine

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  6. A beautiful post, Christine. I went to Hawaii once, long ago… all by myself, and the first time I had ever been on a plane. What a lovely experience it was. I still think of it as my only “real” vacation. Hugs on the wing.

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  7. dweezer19 says:

    Such a beautiful family, Christine! Love the rubber ducky shots. 😉

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Beautiful pictures, Christine! Reminds me of our Hawaiian vacation so many years ago–Kauai was my favorite part 😀 Thank you for sharing!

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  9. inesephoto says:

    Beautiful family!

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  10. Sartenada says:

    How wonderful set of beautiful photos. Thank You. I have been on Oahu only, when young man in the 70s. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  11. nitinsingh says:

    Lovely post thnx for share

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