By the time the sun goes down, the orange-haired, yellow-eyed and black-haired crew of crew members are heading into the ocean for the night.
The crew of the Ocean Spray ship in the Gulf of Mexico on April 5, 2019.
(Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)A crew member from the Ocean Sprayer, a commercial vessel that is tasked with bringing clean, sustainable, local water to the islands of Oahu and Maui.
(Photos: Mark Wagner/Getty)A man from Oahu, Hawaii.
(Photograph by: Mark Hamilton/Getty).
A crew from the Oahu Oahu Water Authority, which operates Oahu’s Oahu Island and Kauai Islands, stands in the middle of the ocean.
(photos by: Paul J. Richards/AFP/GettyImages)A fisherman from Maui, Hawaii, stands by the side of the ship.
(photo by: Rick Bowmer/AP)A small boy from Maua, Hawaii is seen on a beach with a paddleboard.
(photograph by Rick Bowman/AP).
A woman stands in front of a Coast Guard cutter and a water truck.
(courtesy of Navy/Flickr)An elderly man from Honolulu, Hawaii holds a bucket of water from a Coast Guards cutter.
(album courtesy of Navy)A woman holds her daughter as she sits in front an Oahu Police boat.
(credit: John Bazemore/GettyPhotos)An Oahu man is seen in front a Coastguard cutter and an Oceanside Police boat on the water.
(AP Photo/John Bazemire)A boy from O’ahu, the capital of Hawaii, sits in a chair in front the Coast Guard Cutter.
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