Near South Point, the big island, Hawai'i. The green grains are olivine, the black are basalt, and the white are possibly bits of shell. Green sand is reasonably rare; the southern tip of the big island of Hawai'i is the most common place to get it. I picked some up when Nina and I went there for vacation back in 2006.
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