Waimea began to churn on Saturady night and with the "big boys" in town for the possible Eddie, it was tough on the local guys to pick out a wave to ride. The pack swelled to around 60 so every wave had the potential to be ridden. And fortunately Mother nature gave enough for everyone. It was great catching up with some of my old buddies, Terry reis from SurfshooterHawaii.com and Franco from Hawaiianswell.com were both out capturing the rides from different angles.
To those that dropped by while I was shooting - always a pleasure to hear your stories and to help you understand a little more about the craft of photography. Feel free to write if you need any kind of help in that regard. It's been my passion from the early sixties - so film or digital - I can probably help out and if I don't have the answer, I'll know where to look for it - isn't the web a great resource?(!)
If you're a commercial operation/operater or a media outlet - then you too can get to these images by clicking through that link. You'll get to a very easy site to use, one of the industries best and you can get licensing all done right there. Mags and Corporate licensing, and pretty much the whole gamat is there, as long as you're using it for Editorial usage - all's well. For any other use - you're gonna have to contact me.
OK ... from the once more cool Ward Avenue hotspot that I call home ... ALOHA! ... L8R!