Pa’i ki’i Imagery

February 16, 2015

Casting for a Sunset

Casting for a Sunset


December 29, 2014

Casting at Sunset

Casting at Sunset

December 31, 2011

Last Sunset of 2011

This isn’t the time for a slip up!


Watch your step

April 1, 2011

Fishing at Cockroach Bay


Fishing at Cockroach Bay

December 13, 2010

Wading Out

Wading Out

August 1, 2010

Different Fishes

Different Fishes

May 31, 2010

Fishy Sentinals

Fishing Poles lined up at Makapuu

July 28, 2009

Racing and Fishing

On Sunday 120 Paddleboarders and Stand up Paddlers made the crossing of Kaiwi Channel from Kaluakoi on Molokai to Maunalua Bay Beach Park in Hawaii Kai.  Portlock Point on Kokohead is a good place to watch the paddlers as they enter Maunalua Bay before making the final dash to the finish line about two miles away.  Just before they disappear around China Walls I got this picture of a fisherman amidst the swells crashing against the ledges.  Fortunately, he wasn’t swept away but it isn’t the best spot to catch dinner.


Racing and Fishing

February 12, 2009

Remembered Fisherman

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Remembered Fisherman

August 18, 2008

Halona Coast

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Last week Barack Obama returned to Oahu for a short vacation. One day he came out to the Halona Coast. Stopping at the Blow Hole to remember his mother before catching a few waves at Sandys. Obama catches some waves at Sandys on Hawaii vacation | | The Honolulu Advertiser.

Just up from the Blow Hole is Halona Point. A favorite fishing spot for local fisherman. It can also be a dangerous place for fisherman who don’t pay attention for large waves that can suddenly appear and sweep them away. In recognition of that possibility the fisherman placed a small statue of a deity at the top of the cliff. The fisherman leave offerings before climbing down to the fishing spot.

A statue of the fisherman's deity at Halona Point

A statue of the fisherman's deity at Halona Point

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