Wide. Open. Spaces.
Late evening, just before the sun sets, gives the best colors to photograph.
Sunset Over Diamond Head
Sunsets over the foam of a wave past.
Pristine conditions helped create this smooth barrel.
A peeling right hander coming in on a bright sunny day in paradise.
Shooting into the sun is usually not ideal, but when the water is clear it makes for some interesting silver and blue tones.
Clear and sunny skies can bring out the best in any wave.
This break is one of the heavier breaks on oahu. If you're out of position by only 1 foot you could either get crushed by the wave or miss the barrel completely.
A honu takes a nap on a North Shore beach in the late afternoon.
Calming water is sometimes all around us; we just have to take the time to look.
Symmetrical. Different techniques of shooting in the water offer an entirely new view of the passing waves.
Babby Quinones wide eyed in this barrel
Pierre Louis Costes (PLC) launching a huge air forward at the 2014 APB Pipe Challenge.
Jared Houston at Pipeline
Andre Botha at Pipeline