One of the more interesting booths at the Kaka’ako Farmers Market was this place. They sold stickers made of thinly shaved wood. They are flexible enough to attach to curved surfaces like mugs with colorful Hawaiian-themed designs.
The booth attracted much attention, and they did a brisk business. At 3 for $10, the stickers make unique souvenirs. Even my wife purchased a few.
I found a break in the crowd to isolate this group of women. With similar clothing, accessories, and heights, I like the repeating elements. Perhaps the ideal would’ve been three people. Because groups of odd numbers tend to work better aesthetically.
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