Nuʻuanu Pali Lookout

On Sunday afternoon between church and going to another church, we headed up to Nuuanu Pali Lookout, an Hawaiian State Park. (Pali means cliff.) The lookout looks out (got that?) over the northeast coast of Oahu. Specifically over Kāneʻohe, Kāneʻohe Bay, and Kailua.

The day we were there was cloudy and rain started coming down as we took in the view which is why there are spots on the pictures. (I always am more concerned about my camera than I am me when I get caught in the rain.)

The area has a lot of history … and a lot of visitors. Even on this rainy afternoon, a lot of people were walking around, taking pictures, admiring the view, and dodging raindrops.

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The welcome sign
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I was going to crop that man hanging on to the sign, but I thought he looked kind of funny, so I left him in. Anyhow, you can see what you’re looking at by reading the sign.
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Looking straight ahead from the overlook.
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Looking to the right – here you can definitely see the rain on the lens.
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To the left.

 

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