A woman's hands twist ti leaves to make a bracelet. Ti leaves are often used to make lei and are important in Hawaiian spiritual - religious ceremonies, used with salt and water to cleanse an object or area of impure spirits.
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A woman's hands twist ti leaves to make a bracelet. Ti leaves are often used to make lei and are important in Hawaiian spiritual - religious ceremonies, used with salt and water to cleanse an object or area of impure spirits.

Filename: AJC108PhotoResourceHawaii.jpg
Size: 5100x3413 / 9.7MB
Date: 10 Dec 2005
Location: Island of Oahu
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