After the Kaka’ako Farmers Market, we walked deeper into the neighborhood. Stores and newly developing high-rises gave away to industrial structures. The gritty area is coming alive with the help of creatives like SoHo in NYC a long time ago, or more recently, East Austin.
Utilitarian buildings, like this one, have transformed with street art. This was one part of a giant three-part mural with the corrugated metal wall forming the perfect canvas.
This mini-series will feature the favorites that I captured during my walk. Daytime in this part of the town is probably okay. Though I would still be careful. It’s a quiet area not frequented by tourists and without much street traffic.
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