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Close to You

Mark Arbeit’s photo essay captures the essence of the Islands.


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Master woodworker and cultural authority Sam Kahai Kaai was once called by a student “a medium for the old whisper to manifest in today.” He’s shown here with his carving of Kukailimoku, August 2003.  

Photo: Mark Arbeit

These images in this story are from “Hawaiian Series,” by Mark Arbeit. He has a new book of his photography out, called Work. For more images, and for more on Arbeit, visit www.markarbeit.com.

 

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