Blessings out of the blue, while swimming in the big blue, are pure bliss. Take these photos for example – We took the boat out in Tikehau to go spearfish and dive at Tuheiava Pass
Just spent some time lying on the bottom of my favorite coconut tree lined pool today. Also spent lots of time explaining what I was doing to the kids swimming in the pool. Except for
L E I C A L O V E I don’t really consider myself a professional photographer, just a person who really really loves taking pics, and sharing my perspective of the world in
Shots like this are always worth a water filled nose. Always. Cant wait to take some agian. Shot with a Leica XU. With a few people watching and wondering what the heck I was doing. .
Under the sea. Where I love to be. And what I love to try and paint. This is inspired by a pic form my first underwater shoot I did with Kelsey Finn. Kelsey, we need
“To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.” ~ George Kneller So I guess that kind of sums up what I was doing here: Going for
What happens when I go through old gopro Maldives footage and have a few minutes to spare: duck dive gifs. Whoa.
One of my never ending, yet healthiest cravings: Spending time in a big, bright blue, clear and warm body of lusciously salty water. Pic from my shoot with Kelsey Finn
Yet another reason I love traveling back to Hawaii. There are so many amazing and talented people, who I can thankfully call friends, that I get to reconnect with. Exhibit A: Kelsey Finn. Yup, we
Think about it. Floating in the ocean, being offline and disconnected from technology, where the only thing you hear is your breathing and the ocean, and the only thing you feel is being almost weightless,
“Trust that little voice in your head that says "Wouldn’t it be interesting if…” And then do it.“ ~Duane Michals. …glad I did with these pics. Note to self: Always look up. Even when underwater.
One of those times when I wish I could’ve held my breath forever. Or at least for 5 minutes. Photo by my pal, Alicia Franco, who is doing some seriously amazing things.
“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something
I just got back from Hawaii, and am feeling refreshed, revived and rather re-inspired. I feel like me again. Note to self: the vacation cleanse worked. One highlight of the trip that contributed to this,
Yet another cool thing about being in the water: You can just be standing there, and a photo can turn out sweet. Kovey Bikini + Maldives Water. Lub dub.