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Tuesday, April 22, 2014         

Finalists in our "Endless Summer" photo contest have been published here and shown on "Hawaii News Now: Sunrise" through August. These are the winners, claiming prizes of $600, $400 and $200.

COURTESY REYNA VIERNEZ

FIRST PLACE ($600)
Reyna Viernez of Kailua showcases her daughter Marcella, 5. "We have a small plastic wading pool near the steps of our home. We live two blocks from the beach and like to get the kids cleaned up in it." She used an iPhone 4S while standing on the front steps. The scene, she said, "reminded me of a JC Penney ad."

COURTESY KELLEY O'SULLIVAN

SECOND PLACE ($400)
Kelley O'Sullivan of Nanakuli took this photo at her family's farm, Pat's Piggery in Waianae, of her boyfriend Jason Kahawai and his daughter Arley playing with bubbles. She used a Canon T3 Rebel.

COURTESY KEVIN MIYAKAWA

THIRD PLACE ($200)
Kevin Miyakawa of Waialae-Kahala captured these boys jumping off a wall into the sea while he was walking past the Waikiki Natatorium as part of his regular exercise routine. Miyakawa used an iPhone 5.

BEST OF 2013 SHOWCASE
BEST OF 2012 SHOWCASE

Here's a look at last year's entries for the Endless Summer Photo Contest.


 
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