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Ala Moana Beach Park(MagicIsland)
Hawaii
アラモアナショッピングセンターの海側。道路を渡ってジョギングやのんびりと過ごす人等を眺めながらパーク内を海に向かって進みます。ワイキキのビーチに比べとっても静かでビーチまでかなり歩くので、ビルの雑踏や車の音もほとんどしません。空の青さに誘われ(夕焼けも期待したんですが…)私が行った日は地元のカヌークラブの練習日!思わぬ出会いに感謝!ただ海を見ているだけでのんびり出来るビーチです。遥かワイキキやダイヤモンドのシルエットも魅力です。
Copyright: Hiroshi Tai
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 01/03/2012
Updated: 10/10/2014
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Tags: hawaii; honolulu; hi; oahu; waikiki; beach; alamoana; magicisland
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