I’m just speechless on this post.
But I guess I should point out where I saw this. Some dude in Waikiki.
It was an exciting day for my 5-year-old as this was his first time snorkeling. And what better place to try than at Hanauma Bay, Oahu where the water is fairly warm and the underwater viewing rewards are many. He was so excited about seeing lots of colorful tropical fish up close in their environment.
My other son (2.5-years-old) being a little too young to snorkel didn’t keep him from enjoying his day at the beach!
Here’s a shot of a surfer contemplating his plan of attack on the waves on Sandy Beach. That’s Koko Crater in the background. The sun is setting conveniently behind the surfer.
Koko Crater is a cinder cone, with its peak, Kohelepelepe (or PuÊ»u Mai), rising to 1208Â ft or 368 m.
What do you get when you have a cute kid, swim flippers, warm sun, and palm trees? A cool stock photograph and lots of smiles! I love it when the elements of a photo come together so nicely.
I would normally expect to experience all blue skies everyday while on vacation in Hawaii but that’s not the case. The other day the skies were completely cloud-covered but I discovered that I could spend the afternoon using that otherwise dreary sky as a white background to photograph the plants and trees that are very new to me. It turns out cloudy skies make for a great white photography background!
Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham” was one of my childhood favorite books. It was one of the first ones I read to my kids soon after birth. I even read it backwards one time to one of my sons. Yea, I’m crazy like that!
On a recent walk through a Hawaiian neighborhood, I recognized a tree straight from a Dr. Seuss book. I don’t know what these are called but I could see myself sitting on top of this tree eating green eggs and ham.
Back in Oregon, my toes would be the extent of any water time at the beach because of the cold water. But here in Hawaii, my toes were just the start. My family and I probably spent over 4 hours at Kaimana Beach (Waikiki) today with much of that time IN the water!
If I lived here, I’m not sure if I could get any work done. I’d probably end up a beach bum! An underwater camera for Christmas would do the trick.
My kids had a great time today at Sea Life Park near Waimanalo Beach on Oahu. What a cool job to be an animal trainer! I shot this through the glass at the Hawaii Ocean Theatre where trainers show off the talents of dolphins, penguins, and seals and educate visitors on conservation efforts in Hawaii.
Lucky us. We’re headed off for some sunshine in Hawaii. Flying in an airplane is a huge deal for our kids. This should be an adventure with a 2- and 5-year-old!