Well, I’ve finished my 365phototweeps photo a day project. The year sure flies by fast…once it’s over that is. If you would like to check out the photos at a somewhat slower pace, here’s the 365phototweeps photo set on Flickr
More delicious goodies from Little Oven.
My favorite pic from that night. National Dance Week Hawaii wrapped up with a dance off and a Choreographer’s Festival hosted at Fresh Cafe.
A quick snapshot of Iolani Palace as I was on my way to one meetup or another.
I think this guy captured the Cinco de Mayo spirit better than the rest of the crowd that night.
Sometimes a random photowalk does pay off.
I miss my Tokina 28-70mm. I need to get another fast, mid-range zoom. The 50mm doesn’t quite cover enough.
Punahou Jazz Band played at the Hawaii State Art Musuem for First Friday. The band was OK for a high school band, but their vocalist has a good set of pipes and knows how to work the stage.
Mostly caught up on posting my photos now.
When I was working on the John A Burns School of Medicine project, I remember the water feature was supposed to be a special, well, feature. I never saw it even after the grand opening. Now,I ran across it on the way out of a Bytemarks Lunch meetup and had to take snapshot of it.
Just one more shot from the medical school. This is a “sausage tree” and yeah it’s a real tree and not a euphemism. Now for the life of me I can’t understand why this one tree was the only tree that was saved from demolition when the school was built.