A Big Island farmer smiles holding a huge taro or kalo plant in a loi (Hawaiian taro field) located in Pahoa. Sacred to the native Hawaiians as the ancient food staple of the early Polynesians, taro is used for poi.
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A Big Island farmer smiles holding a huge taro or kalo plant in a loi (Hawaiian taro field) located in Pahoa. Sacred to the native Hawaiians as the ancient food staple of the early Polynesians, taro is used for poi.

Filename: BL744PhotoResourceHawaii.jpg
Size: 5100x3422 / 20.6MB
Date: 31 Aug 2010
Location: Big Island of Hawaii, USA
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Model Release: Yes
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