Hilo Bay

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    Hilo's quaint downtown contains wooden clapboard and stucco buildings with corrugated tin overhangs covering the sidewalks. A walk through town reveals flower and fruit stalls, fish markets, butcher shops, soda fountains, seed shops, and luncheonettes. Hilo has many magnificent gardens and parks.

    Kris Kros, --Filippo--, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ccccssss [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

      very beatiful work

    2. Photophool [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

      Very nice work with the new Sony.

    3. artofgold 96 months ago | reply

      Wow, this is beautiful!! Very nice!

    4. Ki'i O' Kapa 96 months ago | reply

      WOW! Never thought that Hilo could look like this. You bring back a lot of memories. The Hilo Bay Building is owned by "Uncle Billy" Kimi (the same person that owns half of downtown Kailua-Kona). That's where he got his start with a store that sold military surplus. He even had a loaded up truck that went out to all the sugar cane camps on the Big Island to sell his inventory. He eventually bought that building. Then later built the Hilo Bay Hotel on his own with his family & friends and the rest of the story is local history..

    5. ✿ Graça Vargas ✿ 96 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot! excellent job!

    6. ladyloneranger 96 months ago | reply

      Nice to get a peek at your part of the world. Very fine photo, too!

    7. eye of einstein 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody..

      Hey Tad thanks for the in depth stuff..Nice to have that local interest story, I didn't know that about Uncle Billy..

    8. CharlieBrown8989 96 months ago | reply

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    9. oybay© 96 months ago | reply

      Very very cool!

    10. Finiky 96 months ago | reply

      excellent use of high contrast!

    11. eye of einstein 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks Mr SFJ,
      I hadn't thought of that when shooting this hand held and in a rush as there is traffic all around and as I was trying an all auto settings.. I will remember that on the long shots as time goes by and as I become more comfortable with this camera

    12. Sabinche 96 months ago | reply

      well, as i said... i saw it on interestingness! :)

    13. eye of einstein 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks Sabine..for letting me know..

    14. nj dodge 96 months ago | reply

      Putting Hilo on the map, so to speak. Really nice shot Alan. Definitely has that old postcard feel, save for the cars.

    15. Mario M. 95 months ago | reply

      very impressive, great work my friend ;-)

    16. pearl grace 95 months ago | reply

      i love this fantastic photo!
      the treatment is awesome and i love the fact that my eye is drawn first to the pink building (my favorite color) and then to the wonderful palm waving in the breeze.
      This is superb!

    17. island friend 92 months ago | reply

      nice treatment!

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