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Waikīkī, Honolulu.

 

The waves were rather gentle on this morning. Bigger surf generally hits the south shores during the summer.

 

Some say that before the end of the 21st century, global warming will cause sea-levels to rise one-meter. If that is true, all of Waikīkī and a significant portion of metropolitan Honolulu will be submerged.

 

More info on sea-level rise in Honolulu Click Here.

 

Le Bambole Mk. II, "The Compact” Pinhole Camera. Kodak (new) Portra 160. Exposure: f/256 and 10 seconds.

Waikīkī, O‘ahu.

 

I waited impatiently until my wifey gave the "all clear" and allowed me to take my metal camera on metal tripod out on the lanai to take a few snapshots of the lightning storm. By then the storm had moved from overheard to a few miles off shore.

 

In the last 3 months or so we have had 3 electrical storms in Honolulu. Normally it is very unusual to see lightning bolts in Hawai‘i, but these storms had many and gave us quite a show!

 

Leica M6TTL, 35mm Summilux. Expired FujiFilm Superia 400 film. Exposure: f/8 and about 15 seconds (on bulb), using the "ol' hat in front of the lens" technique.

I ran into this......an old tractor....I couldn't believe it.....

Waikīkī, O‘ahu.

 

I waited impatiently until my wifey gave the "all clear" and allowed me to take my metal camera on metal tripod out on the lanai to take a few snapshots of the lightning storm. By then the storm had moved from overheard to a few miles off shore.

 

In the last 3 months or so we have had 3 electrical storms in Honolulu. Normally it is very unusual to see lightning bolts in Hawai‘i, but these storms had many and gave us quite a show!

 

Leica M6TTL, 35mm Summilux. Expired FujiFilm Superia 400 film. Exposure: f/8 and about 15 seconds (on bulb), using the "ol' hat in front of the lens" technique.

Waikīkī, O‘ahu.

 

I waited impatiently until my wifey gave the "all clear" and allowed me to take my metal camera on metal tripod out on the lanai to take a few snapshots of the lightning storm. By then the storm had moved from overheard to a few miles off shore.

 

In the last 3 months or so we have had 3 electrical storms in Honolulu. Normally it is very unusual to see lightning bolts in Hawai‘i, but these storms had many and gave us quite a show!

 

Leica M6TTL, 35mm Summilux. Expired FujiFilm Superia 400 film. Exposure: f/8 and about 15 seconds (on bulb), using the "ol' hat in front of the lens" technique.

Seventh - Classic NT with this WAIK commuter in traffic. Photo courtesy taken from here: www.graffiti.org/dj/05-07-01.html#

Trica´s Memorial Lacken 2013...viel Spass mit PARIS WAIK OWEN URTYP FATAL & KVAM

The Waikīkī Aquarium, Honolulu.

 

Next door to the Natatorium is the Waikīkī Aquarium. As I walked along the shoreline fronting the Aquarium, the tide had gone really far out - a summer "minus tide".

 

The coral reef was exposed and I also noticed this large pipe. I think it is used by the Aquarium for outflow or intake of saltwater.

 

“Le Bambole" - Bamboo Pinhole Camera. Kodak 160 Portra NC. Exposure: f/256 and 2 seconds.

oldest hotel standing in waiks

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