Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ah Venice…

Opinions on Venice are pretty polarized. You love it or you hate it. For those who don’t care for Venice, it might be because it is expensive, hard to navigate, and riddled with tourists. Or maybe it is because Venice is so over-the-top that it feels like it might be a fabricated spectacle designed to […]

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Double Exposure Subconsciousness

Inspired by Christoffer Relander’s amazing multiple exposure portraits, I decided to try the technique with the last frame on a roll that I shot while on a layover in Honolulu several months earlier. The result is the first image that you see below. After looking at the other frames on the roll, I can’t help […]

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Koloiki Ridge, Lana’i

I hiked to Koloiki Ridge by myself on my last visit to Lana’i. The trail got pretty spooky at times but the experience was worth it. View from Koloiki Ridge overlooking Naio Gulch. Moloka’i is visible in the distance.

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Wandering Around Lana’i City

Tourists outside the Hotel Lana’i, an 11 room inn which in the heart of Lana’i City. This is the only lodging alternative to the the two Four Seasons Resorts.        

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