Kapa'a Beach, Hawaii

This may or may not be Kapa'a Beach Park. The location was a complete guess, based on what I could find on a map. This is in the north part of the Big Island, the end of a long unpaved beach access road. There were a few kids fishing and a large house behind where I shot this, but like much of the Big Island, the place was pretty deserted. Notice how on the center right of the frame there are man-made concrete posts leading into the water. Like the fence posts, I have no idea what these are, but they are randomly strewn along the coast of the island, and even in parts of lava flows. Perhaps it was once part of a dock.

This is the same tree as the one in the black and white photo.

LENS: 17-35 at ~35mm | FILM: Fuji Velvia | EXPOSURE: f/8 at 1/?", polarizer | DATE: 12/00

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