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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Hawaii, the Only State that was Once a Kingdom

Behind me is the Hawaii Supreme Court where the justices of Hawaii contemplate the law and make their ruling. The famous King Kamehameha Statute is situated right out front of the court as a reminder that Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. that was once a kingdom. With his arm raised out, all are welcome as tourists from around the world point their camera at the statue to capture the image of Hawaii's king. In the distance is Iolani Palace where Queen Liliuokalani once resided. It was drizzling and a rainbow emerged over the palace creating the beauty of this moment.


zero_energy said...

All of your pictures make me want to go back to Hawaii.

Amazing picture. Love the rainbow!

Honolulu Photo of the Day said...

Thanks for the compliment. Hopefully you'll make it back to the islands.