So much of what grows here in Hawaii are non-native plants-in other words, not indigenous. It's a double-edged sword. The plus side is that anything and everything grows here. The downside is that anything and everything grows here. One of the non-native trees are the ironwood tree. It grows very well here and the wood is very hard-I think so hard that you don't see woodworkers making things from it.
I mention this tree since the shadow that you are looking at is a branch of the ironwood tree. I will say that it did catch my eye on one of my morning walks. It was as though the tree used the rock as a substrate on which to cast its lacy shadow. Rock art? LOL.
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