Beachgoers return to Waikiki
Sterling Sanders, left, and Nu'inoa Smith-Akana flip off the Kapahulu Groin on Sunday. Beaches across Oahu reopened on Saturday after being closed since March.
Brody Tod, left, 11, and his brother Ian, 9, watch the boogie boarders and crashing waves on Sunday. Their mother, Janina, is on the far right.
Boogie boarders crowded the water to take advantage of the high surf on Sunday.
Under bright sunny skies, Waikiki Beach was packed after the beaches were open to the public.
Waves crash onto the end of the Kapahulu Groin.
Waves crash onto the end of the Kapahulu Groin on Sunday.
A beachgoer enjoys a close up look of the waves crashing against the wall off Waikiki Beach.
These boogie boarders get a close up experience of the high surf crashing on the wall of Waikiki.
Queens Beach drew a crowd on Sunday after beaches were reopened on Saturday.
Under bright sunny skies, Waikiki Beach and Queens Beach was packed after the beaches on Sunday.
A boogie boarder jumpis into the water from the end of the Kapahulu Groin.
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