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  • Makapu'u: My Favorite Summer Beach

    Makapu'u: My Favorite Summer Beach
    Out of all the beaches I've written about, Makapu'u Beach is probably the one where most of my memories are from, and consequently, where most of my beach photos are from! It's a picture-perfect location.
  • Kailua Beach: Serene Summer

    Kailua Beach: Serene Summer
    The plain truth is that summer vacation calls for beach days. Kailua Beach is a beautiful location in Oahu, Hawaii, that captures the laid back feel of the islands. Soft sand, blue skies, light breezes...
  • Sunrise at Lanikai Beach

    Sunrise at Lanikai Beach
    Lanikai Beach has been named as one of the world's best beaches - and rightly so. But the best time of day to see this majesty beach? At sunrise.
  • Honolulu: Chinatown

    Honolulu: Chinatown
    If you're like me and you live far away from any Asian countries, Chinatown is the closest thing we have to Asia. I live on an island in the middle of the ocean, far from my hometown in Taiwan. I miss the feeling of being there, and the closest thing that I have is Chinatown.
  • China Walls: Skimming the Water

    China Walls: Skimming the Water
    Sheer cliffs, plunging into the deep blue churning water? Sounds like a scene from Jaws....but nope, it's actually the description of a particularly beautiful beach area called China Walls. In reality, the sheer cliffs make for some gorgeous views and the deep blue churning water is great for Lomography X-pro colors. Read on!
  • Secluded Portlock: Hidden Seaside

    Secluded Portlock: Hidden Seaside
    This Oahu beachside is so secluded, I'm not sure if it even has a proper name! Read on about the beautiful, unique escape from the city that will surely make for a lasting impression upon your artistic mind, guaranteed.
  • Lanikai Beach: National Geographic's #5 Beach in the World

    Lanikai Beach: National Geographic's #5 Beach in the World
    As a local growing up in Hawaii, I'm honored to present to the Lomographic community, Lanikai Beach. National Geographic named this the #5 Best Beach to Visit in the World, and I definitely agree that it's worthy to fit in the realm of the world's legendary best beaches. Beautiful, pristine sand, amazingly blue and clear waters, and a laid back community makes for a perfect getaway.
  • Ulupo Heiau: Ancient Hawaiian Temple

    Ulupo Heiau: Ancient Hawaiian Temple
    Part of the state's extensive history, a "Heiau" is a temple built by the Hawaiians of old where various ceremonies were held. Ceremonies can range from asking the Hawaiian gods to bring rain to making human sacrifices. This particular Heiau is a popular tourist destination due to its easy access. If you come to Hawaii, this is one of the must-see locations.
  • Manoa Valley Swimming Pool: A Sea of Black and White

    Manoa Valley Swimming Pool: A Sea of Black and White
    One of the more popular pools frequented by swimmers of Oahu, the Manoa Valley Swimming Pool can be a pretty crowded place. But during swim meets, it's a great opportunity to capture athletes in action!
  • Yogurtland!

    Yogurtland!
    Satisfy that sweet tooth you've always had with frozen yogurt, they're open daily for at least 12 hours a day on Oahu!
  • Koko Crater Botanical Gardens in Black and White

    Koko Crater Botanical Gardens in Black and White
    A prime location for taking photos, the Koko Crater Botanical Gardens is a place for lovers of nature. Prior to meeting my friend @nigelk, I had never been to the botanical gardens. He suggested it as a place for us to explore and get to know our cameras. Read on to learn more about it!
  • Kaka'ako Beach Park: An Industrial Beauty

    Kaka'ako Beach Park: An Industrial Beauty
    Kaka'ako Beach Park is not your ordinary beach. It's set in an industrial area, with no sand, and looks out right next to a medical school and shipping vessels. However, it's one of my favorite places to be at - the contrast between city and nature is simply breathtaking.
  • First Thursdays: A Night of Slam Poetry

    First Thursdays: A Night of Slam Poetry
    Every first Thursday of the month, on our tiny island of Oahu, Hawaii, Fresh Cafe hosts a huge slam poetry competition. It's open to anyone, of any age, and the place gets packed with poetry aficionados looking for a relaxing and fun night of the arts. It was my first time attending the event, and I didn't leave disappointed at all.
  • Makapu'u Lookout: Different Perspective

    Makapu'u Lookout: Different Perspective
    There is a small stop on the way to Makapu'u Beach - a scenic point, that showcases views unparalleled to most other lookouts. On the east side of Oahu, there is a highway named Kalaninaole Hwy, which runs all the way next to the beaches and the coasts, passing through various towns. If you follow the scenic route, you will hit Makapu'u Beach, one of my favorite beaches on the east side.
  • Kiddie Funzies

    Kiddie Funzies
    We held a kid's mini carnival at our local church! Tons of games, balloons, smiles, and food! Talk about a great weekend!
  • Breathtaking Pu'u Ualaka'a State Park

    Breathtaking Pu'u Ualaka'a State Park
    Ever want to feel like you're on top of the world? Pu'u Ualaka'a State Park, which is right smack in the middle of urban Honolulu, Hawaii, is a brilliant lookout that offers the best views ever: city skyline meets endless ocean.
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa

    University of Hawaii at Manoa
    The center of learning in Oahu, Hawaii has got to be its University, located in Manoa. The campus is beautiful, and there are many natural elements built into the area.
  • Lubitel's Trip to Tantalus Lookout

    Lubitel's Trip to Tantalus Lookout
    Shooting my first roll of medium format film in my Lubitel 166+ needed a special location. I took it to Tantalus, in downtown Honolulu, where the Lubitel really captured amazing views from this mountainous location.
  • Island in the Sun: Makai Pier

    Island in the Sun: Makai Pier
    On a sunny day, this is one of the prettiest beaches to take photos at! Makai Pier is easy to spot from the road and always a fun place to waste the day away.
  • Oahu Cemetery: A Trip into the Past

    Oahu Cemetery: A Trip into the Past
    Oahu Cemetery is a way to journey back to old Hawaii. It houses many faiths and different ethnicities that make Hawaii a melting pot of cultures.

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