Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Maui Sights

I informed my wife before our Maui trip that I would be an annoying photographer. I asked my family to be patient with me as I frequently stopped to take pictures. Now that I look back, I should have put a big yellow sticker on my back that says "MAKES FREQUENT STOPS!" They were very patient and understanding.

One of the days we hung out at the Grand Wilea Beach. It was a beautiful beach with groomed sand (who would have thought they groomed the beaches). This picture originally had a helecopter in the top left-hand corner. Adam Sandler was filming a movie and I snapped a picture of it on one of the passes. When I got home and looked at this picture, I thought it was postcard perfect... except for the helecopter. Fortunately it came out easily.

I thought I would try my hand at some Diptych pictures. A Diptych is two pictures which are not actually connected, but belong together (or look good together). I happen to like this presentation style. It is kind of like a "2 for 1 deal" on pictures.



For some reason, I can't get the one above to load in 600, so sorry it is smaller.

This next set is an attempt at Tilt-shift or in other words, making it look like a mineature or "tiny town".


I love how this one looks like a toy fire truck.

This is the famous "Road to Hana". What a beautiful view.

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