Time to start dumping all my Big Island photos—expect to see them for the next few days.
~At the end of Route 270, a couple miles east of the little town of Hawi, is Pololū Valley. The hike down to the bay was really short, but descended quickly—making it a tiring hike back up.
I watched this guy wait 20 mins for a chance to get in. The waves were no joke today.
Waaaaaayy outside this thing broke to seal rock
This is my all time favorite photo I’ve taken!!! I’ve spent the past 4 days driving over 6 hours every day just to see the mountains and get in some quality camera time. Worth it.
The only other thing that can beat a view like this is the ocean.
Haven’t posted in a couple of days because I’ve been setting in for winter break at home. It’s nice to have the ocean back in my life, but Colorado is arguably just as amazing... maybe 🤫
Monday Night Football is on the tube, but really those 4 corner sunsets are on my mind.
The second the sun dipped below the horizon..
Surfers stopped paddling,
The tide started changing,
the whole sky began to burn..
And just for a moment, time stood still @oceanbeach_1502
On this 40k day, the track was perfect. Well graded—it traversed in and out of forest and misty morning light. I walked with a man for a couple kilometers who expressed a lack of beauty due to monotony. A moments later I looked up and saw this. I remember visiting a cave in Iceland and meeting a local who was so jaded on the frozen waves of ice that he attempted to dampen the fresh excitement of foreign visitors. I recall his disdain almost as vividly as I do my own marvel at the same scene. It seems these days that I have more questions than I do answers. Is beauty reserved for the ephemeral? What even makes something beautiful? The way something or someone looks? The way they make you feel? Any attempts I make to contemplate answers spiral back to the observer, and their ability to be open, to receive, and to be a conduit.
I love hot spring season the most.
Another frame from the “Slicky” sequence. I’m curious, how many of you found me on Instagram because of my photo titled “Slicky”? And where did you first see this photo?
Having way too much fun in Utah 🤙🌵🏜
While squatting in the bush, go ahead and rinse in the rain
Took a trip up to SF this past weekend, got to go to some crazy places. Here’s a little preview of the photos to come in the near future. 🖤
Where do I go from here?
145mm • 1/500 • f/8.0 • ISO500
Perfect weekend get away. Beautiful old historical building, fresh air and tons of hiking trails, set up on a mountain, secluded. Ahhh
High tide 🌊 ❄️ Every weekend there seems to be freshies on my days off, another storm rolls in on Wednesday. Love this time of year!