There’s a little compositional interest in this week’s Shootz! Try to find a theme that connects four of these images.

If you notice it and come to our inaugural photojournalism pau hana on Thursday, we’ll buy you a drink!

Rail Construction along Dillingham Blvd
The Skyway’s rail construction is observed from Kaluaopalena Street at Kamehameha highway looking east toward Diamond Head and downtown Honolulu. This is the end of Segment 2, which is scheduled to open in 2025. (David Croxford/Civil Beat/2024)
A man pushes his dog and belongings in a shopping cart near a restroom facility at Lualualei Beach Park. The public restroom has been trashed and vandalized. A neighbor said it was recently set ablaze. (David Croxford/Civil Beat/2024)
A person sits on the sidewalk as Mayor Rick Blangiardi talks with Gloria Borland in Chinatown. Borland will open a new museum in the former Hawaiian Electric building on King Street. (Denby Fawcett/Civil Beat/2024)
State of Hawaii Deputy attorney general Anne Horiuchi provides comment for HB 1651 during a House of Representatives education committee hearing Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024, in Honolulu. HB 1651 prioritizes the safety of educational workers. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
Hawaii Deputy Attorney General Anne Horiuchi provides comment for House Bill 1651 during a House of Representatives education committee hearing Tuesday in Honolulu. The bill would provide protections for educational workers from harassment by students and their parents. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
Michael Miske Jr.’s defense attorney Michael Kennedy speaks to reporters outside U.S. District Court in Honolulu Thursday. Kennedy cross-examined one of the government’s key witnesses, Wayne Miller. (Madeleine Valera/Civil Beat/2024)
The Hawaii Cannabis Expo opens Friday, Feb. 2, 2024, at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in Honolulu. More than cannabis, vendors showed off other naturally occurring medicines and merchandise. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
The Hawaii Cannabis Expo opens Friday at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in Honolulu. The event runs through Sunday and offers a variety of locally grown and native Hawaiian naturopathic medicinal herbs and foods. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
Mike Magnussen of Oahu Glass creates a decorative marble during the Hawaii Cannabis Expo Friday, Feb. 2, 2024, at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in Honolulu. More than cannabis, vendors showed off other naturally occurring medicines and associated merchandise. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
Mike Magnussen of Oahu Glass creates a decorative marble during the Hawaii Cannabis Expo Friday at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in Honolulu. Vendors also showed off other naturally occurring medicines and associated merchandise. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
The Hawaiian Railway Society train moves down the tracks Sunday, Jan. 21, 2024, in Kapolei. The train uses the 3-foot, narrow gauge tracks of the defunct Oahu Railway and Land Company. It is the only operating railroad museum in the state. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
The Hawaiian Railway Society train moves down the tracks Sunday in Kapolei. The train uses the 3-foot, narrow gauge tracks of the defunct Oahu Railway and Land Co. It is the only operating railroad museum in the state. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
A passenger touches the exterior of a Hawaiian Airlines plane before take off Jan. 19, 2024, in Kahului. Alaska Airlines announced a $1.9 billion acquisition of Hawaiian Airlines late last year. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
A passenger touches the exterior of a Hawaiian Airlines plane before take off from Kahului. Alaska Airlines announced a $1.9 billion acquisition of Hawaiian Airlines late last year. (Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2024)
Visuals editor David Croxford, left, and staff photographer Kevin Fujii will speak during Civil Beat’s photojournalism pau hana on Thursday. (Kawika Lopez/Civil Beat/2023)

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