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"triangle"~ PhotoHunt


The mausoleum of King William Charles Lunalilo located on the grounds of the
Kawaiahaʻo Church in Honolulu, Hawaii.







Comments (27)

Beautiful! I just love old historic buildings, etc. Thanks for sharing. :)

How funny that the first photo hunt post I visit for today are ones from where I was born and raised. These are beautiful photos. Love the architecture. I wish I had taken more photos like these before I left the islands.

Have a great Easter weekend!

Great shots, girasoli. And the church is beautiful.

It is a nice day on Maui today, after rain and clouds for the past two days.

Have a great weekend!

Wow that's a fine mausoleum. Great take on the theme!

Barb Cabot:

Nice to see this against the background of blue sky and palmtrees. Such interesting angles you chose to view.


This is a beautiful piece of architecture... I love the different angles and shapes in the old buildings. Mine is up too.

I love seeing your Hawaii photos. :) Happy Easter. :)

Aloha, Girasoli - great building! Is this near the Iolani Palace? menehune

Such beautiful buildings. Gorgeous photos.

Beautiful triangles. One thing I learned this week is that architects really make use of triangles.
Great shots for this week.


Love your take on this weeks theme. Great photos too!

I found it hard to find triangles in my house this week but I did finally find some.

Mine's up and ready...come on over!


I especially like the third photo down... It looks like a mirror image. Great angle, and beautiful take on the theme.

What a beautiful mausoleum! It looks like a chapel.

Have a blessed Easter Sunday!


Wow, a beautiful church! And I love the contrast with the palm trees -- so unlike the urban Italian churches I usually admire.

Those are great photos and really interesting. I thought at first they were pictures of Italy and I was surprised to see such a regal building in Hawaii. Nice post for this week's theme.

The mausoleums are beautiful and perfect for the theme. Great post!

Another beautiful church! THat is a great photohunt for the day.

Thanks everyone!!

I was surprised to find this unique little mausoleum in downtown Honolulu. I took these photos a few years ago. At the time I thought it was a chapel. I wasn't focusing on the triangles at the time.

menehune, Yes it is near the 'Iolani Palace.

impressive looking mausoleum. the church itself is beautiful.

My PH entry is up too. Hope to see you there. Happy Easter!

is that church somewhere in asia - the coconut / palm tree peeking from behind one of the shots tell me so.


Great choice for the theme...especially given that it's Easter weekend!

Beautiful photos, as always. Happy Easter:)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Girasoli, great selection for this week's photo hunt! I also love seeing the palm trees rising above the mausoleum and along the sides. Very cool! It looks like it was a beautiful sunny day when you took these fabulous shots too! Happy Easter Sunday!

YES! Mahalo. That is a place I visited last time I was in Honolulu. Ty took me there as he says - a grand place (as in historically grand as well). Thanks for bringing back this memory...Go Sox! Menehune

Nice photos, it does look more like a chapel than a mausoleum. It also looks very European which makes the palm trees look even cooler!

Hope you're having a great Easter weekend! I am except that it's going by too fast. :)

Thanks again everyone :) Happy Easter to everyone who celebrates.

saint3, this mausoleum is located in the US in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Lovely photos. What a glorious day, I love seeing the palm trees against the blue skies.

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