Sunday, August 7, 2011

Random photos from around the island

I'm still sorting through my photos from the Big Island, but in the meanwhile, here are some random photos from O'ahu.

This was taken at White Plains beach park, west of Honolulu. The beach is very nice, but it was the sky that impressed me that day.


These are a couple views of the Waikiki skyline as seen from our house, during two different sunsets. I love how that one building catches the light when the sun gets low.




The Housemate and I visited a friend of his who was staying at the Ko Olina Resort at the beginning of the summer. We got a nice tour of the area at sunset. While walking on the beach, I also got to meet the tiniest puppy (like six inches long--it could have been kidnapped by a squirrel). It was so cute and fluffy, and it licked my hand with its tiny tongue, but somehow I didn't snap a picture of it, which I still regret. The sunset was beautiful, though.




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Vanessita said...

Another amazing set of pics, both seashore and city landscapes

Eleni said...

Sometimes I have to remind myself how lucky I am to live where I do. I'll say to my boyfriend "We live in Hawaii! We have tropical flowers all year long, and we can see Diamond Head from our house!" Sad, but I usually leave the shades closed (mainly because the sun makes the living room really hot), which means I forget to look at our view of Diamond Head.

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