Maui shielding his eyes from the sun after he snared it with his net wrapped around him blowing in the wind. The legend is Maui snared the sun at Haleakala to slow its course so his mother Hina could get her Kapa making done. it is where Haleakala got its name. Haleakala means “The House of the Sun”. This bronze sculpture by Dale Zarrella was inspired by a famous painting by Ralph Kagehiro.
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