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Photohunt: Alive

Lifeguard at Makena (Big) Beach

This week's Photohunt theme is Alive. I'm going to repeat a photo I recently posted of the Lifeguard Station at Makena Beach on Maui where I'm currently visiting. I thought it was so striking. You walk a short distance along a tree covered path before coming onto the beach - this was one of the first things I saw on the beach. Their job is to make certain everyone stays alive at the beach.

I hopenapule maika'i - Have a nice weekend.

Comments (8)


Such a cool looking life guard station/post -- it looks like it could take off and fly to another planet! :D

Hope you're having a great time in Hawaii. :)

LOL - you and I went in a similar direction today.

Enjoy your vacation - I bet the weather is even better there than it is for us in San Diego.

Regardless it is better than Canada right now. *smile*

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Marta, great photo and choice for this week's theme. I love the bright yellow standout color of this life guard station against the colors of the sand and water and looming dark clouds.



I love the bright yellow, ot life guard stations aren't this pretty!! great choice for the theme. Happy weekend!

I suspect many people owe their lives to it.

Gee my inlaws are planning to to Maui sometime after the holidays.

Coffee is on.

That really is a strange looking lifeguard station. Cool photo for the theme!


Love the photo! Hope you're having a wonderful time!

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