|Print Displayed at Killertacos, North shore Oahu|
After my visit to Killertacos, I headed to the north shore shore break made famous by Clark Little, Ke Iki beach. It was a stormy weekday morning and the beach was completely empty. A good thing for me; I needed some alone time to refresh my ability to be comfortable in surf and an empty beach would spare me the embarrassment of others seeing.
|"Strike the sea with your rod." So it divided, and each separate part became like the huge, firm mass of a mountain.|
|A look up reveals a ceiling of water|
My surf housing is brand new. At only two weeks old, I am still trying to work out the kinks. Such as the following image. To control the aperture and shutter speed, Spinning dials are used. If the dials are pressed down, then it is possible for the surf to spin the dials and change the setting. This is what happend to the following image ( sadly probably the best of the day).
Luckily I was able to save the image in post op. I doubt I will use the image for anything other then showing you guys how my Friday went.
|Image strait from camera, f/18 1/1000 iso 400|
|Shore break on a stormy Northshore day|