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Category Archives: Hawaii
I’d hoped to cover the 90-minute photo session in two posts, but it turned into three posts. The first post (HERE) covered my encounter with the rusted truck relic. The second post (HERE) dealt with the surfers I photographed. This post … Continue reading
I’d hoped to cover the 90-minute photo session in two posts, but it now looks as if it’ll end up being three posts. The first post (HERE) covered my encounter with the rusted truck relic. This post has fifty-eight photographs … Continue reading
As mentioned in the last post, I’ve been editing stuff. Specifically, my last novel. Yes, I have it in mind sending it out into the wild and see if it can hook an agent. I’m not holding my breath, but one … Continue reading
As promised, the rest of the wave videos, the longer ones. Please note: I suggest starting the videos below with the volume set on low. Waves and wind are pretty loud as are the occasional planes flying overhead. One correction … Continue reading
I’m in a bit of a quandary about how to do this. I have videos and I have photos and I have a fair amount of both. The day was January 14th and the place is Wawaloli Beach Park. Melisa and I call … Continue reading
Compared to our first winter here, this winter has been a bit of a disappointment when it comes to waves. As disappointed as I’ve been, I imagine surfers miss the waves even more. I think we had a good five months … Continue reading