Along the rugged south shore of the Big Island, just beyond the famed but remote Papakolea green-sand beach, resides this wondrous landscape and seascape of wild beauty. Clay and sand sediments, eroded from volcanic deposits, then oxidized to an uncommon orange-ochre hue, poke out from beneath the grass cover, all overlying an older lava flow that gravity and the sea have busted into boulders and cobbles. Sandstone cliffs of Papakolea extend seaward at lower right. The hike here from the sand beach was steep but so worth the result. In these troublesome times, may you find solace and hope in this scene of God’s handiwork.