The Old Sugar Mill of Koloa, Hawaii

Marty CohenArchitecture, Daily Photo, Hawaii, HDR, Kauai3 Comments

Old Koloa Sugar Mill

The Old Sugar Mil of Koloa, Hawaii

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The Old Sugar Mill of Koloa was part of the first commercially successful sugar plantation in Hawaii, which was founded in Koloa in 1835 by Ladd & Company. The Koloas sugar plantation and Mill were in production until 1996 when the last sugar crop was harvested.

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The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 40D, EF70-200mm f/4L IS lens + 1.4x tele-extender, as a series of 7 exposures and processed with Photomatix Pro v4.1.

3 Comments on “The Old Sugar Mill of Koloa, Hawaii”

  1. Hi Marty, I’m in Kauii now working on an iPhone app called Story of Where™. I’d love to use this image in my app with attribution to you of course. Do I have your permission to do this?

    The educational app brings together cultural and natural history locations and is targeted at curious people across the globe and includes almost 100,000 locations across the US and world.

    Thank you Marty for taking a most beautiful picture!


    Tom Bender

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