The Honolulu Hale, which can be simply translated as Honolulu's City Hall building, is both a stand-out piece of building and an important Oahu landmark. The pink architecture hosts a number of different events, from concerts to artistic exhibits, and is always bustling with activity. Maybe the best known thing about Honolulu Hale is the Christmas decorations they put up in mid-December. More than just lights and a wreath, the place goes all out for the holidays, with towering statues of "Shaka" Santa and his girl Mrs. Clause. Both are dressed like they are relaxing in Hawaii, and along with their ensemble of penguins and reindeer, offer one of the most popular Holiday backdrops for photos in Honolulu. Holidays or not, this over eighty year old structure is always a worthwhile place to visit.
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Beautiful palm tree lined roads, steep mountains all around, and gorgeous beaches are what make Hawaii so unique.
One of the coolest views of Hawaii is from the Tom Tom Trail. Here you can see Makapu'u beach and the lighthouse in the distance.
Many people can't open it when they go out to take pictures. The posture of the pendulum is the scissors hand except the scissors. Otherwise, it is extremely straight. In fact, there are many postures that can be photographed. Not all of them need to be concave S-shaped or appear to be particularly exaggerated. There are many different and low-key ones, which are very practical.
First is the action, gestures, etc. related to the local culture, such as Aloha in Hawaii, both classic and very good. Next is the props at hand. When shooting, don't always put things side by side with you, but extend to the lens. You can use the props to focus when you take pictures, or you can focus on the face. In addition, if you want to take a photo of something you are doing, you don't have to look at the camera, but keep it in a natural state. The effect is very good.
When I was traveling in Honolulu, Hawaii, it was during Christmas. In order to better understand and experience the place, we decided to stay at the local homestay. The owner of the home, Carlos, is a very interesting person. At his invitation, we followed him to the sea for Christmas! Since Hawaii is at 20-24 degrees Celsius all the year round, Carlos had planned to wear Santa's clothes to add a festive atmosphere. However, it was a little hot in the afternoon. Carlos had to take off his shirt and wear only Santa's pants and hat. So, the picture was very funny! It was a very special and unforgettable experience of Christmas. The most rare thing is that we also get to see two rainbows! Hawaii is really the town of the rainbows.