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13 Ways to Immortalize Your Sunsets in Hawaii

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by Jill Meinecke Oct 23, 2015

1. Tide pool exploring on Oahu. Shot by Anthony Castro.

🌊 Wave-Plosion 💣

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2. At your local canoe club. Shot by Stephen Shigetani.

3. As king of the world. Shot by gojoaloha.

4. From your board. Shot by Kerl Moraga.

5. From the comfort of your hammock. Shot by @jacksonkphoto.

‘Oli nō au i nā pono lani ou. I rejoice in the blessings of heaven. rp: @jacksonkphoto pc: @manamon_kauai #AlohaBones #HawaiiRising

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6. Alongside a freaking rainbow. Shot by Cyrus Perry.

Ending the weekend with an epic rainbow 🌈🌈🌈 #cyrusperry #maui #hawaii #gopro #rainbow #drone #goproliveit #ctrlme

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7. From the froth. Shot by Sash Kau’i Fitzsimmons.

8. Inside your tent. Shot by @jacksonkphoto.

i like the view from here 🌄⛺️🌅

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9. Taking a leap of faith. Shot by @anniekaloha.

The ocean is my playground #hilife @negintahm

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10. Climbing for coconuts. Shot by @laakeaalcon.

Golden harvest🌴

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11. Overlooking the cliffs of South Point, Big Island. Shot by @ishotz_808.

Always searching☀️ #sunsets #kalae #southpoint

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12. Capturing it in the palm of your hand. Shot by @hawaiiunchained.

13. With those closest to you. Shot by Stephen Shigetani.

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