Thursday, November 28, 2013

Haleiwa-11/16/13, Wahiawa Botanical-11/23/13

I miss blogging, just been busy. But life is very good.

Our Eyes of Hawaii, photography club met in Haleiwa which is at our North Shore to photograph the sunset and moonrise. I spent more time taking pictures of the sunset and the interesting moss along the shoreline. (Hence, no moon shots.)  Later, we had dinner at Cholos, a Mexican restaurant - known for their margaritas. Did we pass that up? Nope.

 Wahiawa Botanical Garden…

Yay, very few mosquitos - Derek, Milton S., Roger, Curtis, Linda and I were so happy about that.

 One thing about photographers, we will go low, high, sideways to get our shots.

 Digital SLRs are fun, you can make a day shot look like a night one.

Our fun ended with lunch at a Korean Restaurant. 
Side note, I stopped at Kilani Bakery to get their brownies before going to the garden - had to make sure I got some, because they run out quickly. So Yummy.


Anonymous said...

C, I always like you photos but some really stand out to me, like your B/W's at Wahiawa and that second eucalyptus tree, great shot...keep shooting and blogging.


celia said...

Richard thanks. B/Ws are cool to do. It helps to have contrasting subjects. I will take your suggestion - keep shooting and blogging.

Randism said...

great pictures :-)

(lucky for me, i'm lazy and don't wanna drive to wahiawa but the brownies sound so ono!)

celia said...

Rand, too funny you are not lazy. But I am glad I can share those pictures so you don't have to go.

SW said...

Nice shots.. That green mossy thing on the beach, is that seaweed? I like the black and whites too.. That's great a idea!

celia said...

Shun Wah, I think it is seaweed. It is fun to do black and whites. Too bad I don't know have the experience of a film photographer making real black and whites.