#LITOkinawaFaves Week 1 Highlights

In case you haven’t heard or read my previous post, #LITOkinawaFaves is a 14 day photo challenge that I’ve created and am currently hosting over on Instagram (Follow me! It’s not too late to join). The purpose of the challenge is to highlight your favorite things about Okinawa. I’ve been so pleasantly surprised (and relieved) by how many of you have joined and shared your faves!

In the first week there have been over 200 amazing and creative pictures shared! The ones above are my entries for each of last weeks prompts and I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites!

Day 1: Food

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funflyingfour // jamiepearsonphotos // carolynohara21

Day 2: Beach

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kaymarieteaford // heapingtulips // mtokumura1

Day 3: Festival

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mickellem // funflyingfour // rofamw

Day 4: Color

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foreverfernwehblog // gaquade // kateafrost
purokan // katiewandersaround // ingieyork

Day 5: Flowers

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allmyheartjewelry // mindyarnholt // carolynohara21

Day 6: View

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jamiepearsonphotos // heapingtulips // funflyingfour // purokan

Day 7: Castle

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mindyarnholt // goldielocks_twobears // mickellem

It was hard to choose only a small number of pictures, because seriously they’ve all been amazing! I’m super excited to see what other great pictures you will share this coming week. Keep ’em coming ladies!

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Hi! I'm Laura, the girl behind Little Island Takara. I am a military wife and American expat living in Okinawa, Japan! Most days you will find me reading books, wondering what cafe to go to next or daydreaming of my next adventure.

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  • Jennifer Bowler

    Beautiful pictures!

  • Bernadette Etcheverry

    I love the third photo (rightmost photo) of the castle. It looks like parts of the Great Wall imo!