Tuesday, July 29, 2008

I'll follow you into the dark

The end is near...
I wandered with friends towards the burnt skies of the Gap Fire in Goleta, California a couple of weeks ago. A fiery snow fell upon us and burnt twigs blew in the wind. Birds cried out in panic to find their loved ones and migrate away. The sky quickly turned dark and the sun glowed a deep blood red, it smelled of nostalgic campfires. It seemed like a scene from an apocalyptic film, children running around with fire masks covering their breath and policemen patrolling the streets in full goggles and gas masks. We should have turned around as we neared the flaming hills, but we had to get closer. We wandered through an abandoned vineyard as flames poured down mountaintops and an eerie silence filled the air. It was the calm before the storm, we had to evacuate...

Monday, July 28, 2008

Wandering around the San Diego Comi-Con




bob's big boy

vampires were people too

street scene reflected

Sunday, July 27, 2008

The Last Pieces of an Island Vacation

iridescent stormy weather


jacob sampson dobbs

nevaeh sky

bright aloha in the wind

outer space


mother's touch, lanikai

photo shoot


sinking with blue bubbles

on the ark

floating in gray

bottom feeders

perfect view in blue

Saturday, July 26, 2008




staring contest

toes forward

body language


blue crush


hues & ripples


slow motion


Thursday, July 24, 2008

Kyla Crawls!

Breaking footage from baby land.. Little Kyla learned to crawl, well sort of.. But it is pretty amazing considering she is only 5 months old! This girl has determination! It was exciting...

and the cuteness that is Kyla Oriana...

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Found Smiley Faces

Nature washed up a stick and two rocks to smile at me from Pipeline beach...

Someone took a lot of effort to form these large boulders into a primitive happy face at the bottom of the ocean at Waimea Bay!

Monday, July 21, 2008

Blue Hawaii

This is where I want to be...

Thursday, July 17, 2008




Wednesday, July 16, 2008


My dad & his daily art of Tai Chi on a perfect beach in Waimanalo.