This is the view into the Kilauea cater at night at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
We walked nearly 20 miles today across open lava fields in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in search of lava pouring into the ocean. No running lava to be found, but the views were still pretty amazing! (Click on images to see larger versions).
I was luck enough to watch the sunset from Mount Haleakala at Haleakala National Park in Maui. The observatory and tourists at the top made for some interesting silhouhettes!
So after a year of taking a photo every day, everybody’s been asking me “what’s next?” I swore I wouldn’t do it again, but some of my awesome photography friends peer pressured me into joining them in a 52 week project (a photo a week). We’re in week 3 and this week’s theme was “water drops.” This is a shot I took this evening of the condensation on the inside of the automatic watering bottle we have for our pets. I back-lit the drops by bouncing my flash into a blue blanket, giving them the blue cast.
And here are some shots of the girls basketball teams that I photographed at the Portland Rose Garden over the holidays:
Over the holidays I had the chance to photograph a youth basketball tournament. It was pretty cool to be able to shoot on the floor of Portland’s Rose Garden where the Portland Trailblazers play! Here are some shots of the boys basketball teams.