Perspectives through Prose, Poetry and Photography
Posted on August 24, 2014
by Joanne Edith
Category: Photography, Polynesian Village, Silent Sunday, Travel PhotosTags: Photograph, Postaday, Silent Sunday
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Wow! I love the colours in this and I think the truck really adds to it 🙂
Thank you…in a weird way I think so too!
Cool colors. I love this shot, ya don’t think about a cement mixer when ya think of the beach. It looks amazing.
If one must have a cement mixer on one’s beach, at least it’s colorful and vibrant! It was quite a scene!
A very colourful image – although the truck does spoil it!
Yes, we tried to ignore the truck as it passed by our lanai. Still…it was another great vacation at the Polynesian Village!
Uh Oh! Is your beloved Polynesian Village also a victim of overdevelopment? 😦
Yes! I donned my sidewalk superintendent garb last week, becoming obsessed, watching the workers march to pre-appointed locations, and shout their comments to each other. A couple of crews worked the weekend as well, though no concrete trucks until Monday. Alas, the unique smells of newly demolished concrete and the reverse beeps of backhoes, replaced my Hawaiian soundtrack. Still…a great vacation!
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