Accommodated – Photos

Canon 60D, Canon 70-200 mm 2.8 IS L Series Lens, Canon Camera, Canon Lens, Canon Live View, High Dynamic Range (HDR), Journaling, Photography & Conceptualizing Beauty, Project 365 - Photo-a-day, Summer, Vehicle Restoration
1 North Shore Surfing 1

1 North Shore Surfing 1

2 North Shore Surfing 2

2 North Shore Surfing 2

3 Along the Way - North Shore 1

3 Along the Way – North Shore 1

4 Along the Way - North Shore 2

4 Along the Way – North Shore 2

5 North Shore - Highway

5 North Shore – Highway

6 Strong Current - Haleiwa, Oahu 1

6 Strong Current – Haleiwa, Oahu 1

7 Strong Current - Haleiwa, Oahu 2

7 Strong Current – Haleiwa, Oahu 2

8 Surfing - Across from Diamond Head

8 Surfing – Across from Diamond Head

9 52 Ford Panel Van - Haleiwa, Oahu

9 52 Ford Panel Van – Haleiwa, Oahu

10 Waves - Sandy Beach, Oahu

10 Waves – Sandy Beach, Oahu

11 Surfer - Sandy Beach, Oahu

11 Surfer – Sandy Beach, Oahu

My wife and daughter are very gracious about accommodating me and the opportunity of a photograph. On my side, what is balanced is seeing a possible photo from the vehicle against the need to proceed onward with the journey with my family. My daughter and wife are avid readers. So, in stopping for a photograph, they usually have had a book going that they are eager to delve into. Over two weeks on Oahu my daughter read ten books (at the beach, in restaurants, in the car and late at night) – something you’d not have caught me doing at her age; I’d be out doing … something. Over the two weeks, we circumnavigated Oahu perhaps three or four times seeing the island fresh and then growing more and more familiar with the landscape and getting out for a few photographs. The following images are from Oahu’s North Shore and from southern Oahu at Sandy Beach and Diamond Head.

Listening to: John O’Donohue’s Greenbelt interview with Martin Rowe (August 2007).

Quote to Inspire – “Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again.” – Henri Cartier Bresson