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    The Flower.


    The Moth.


    The Bird.

    More

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyopicJoe View Post
    That boy is adorable, Asuhoru

    Were you kneeling or lying down, to get that shot? What camera, etc. did you use? Did that come from a single shot or a burst of shots? You captured his smile perfectly.
    I was kneeling. Single Shot and got lucky.

    I just got a Canon EOS Rebel XSi for Father's Day. TOtal newbie with it but I've been practicin. If need be, pm me i'll give you my flickr info.

    Aloha

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    Quote Originally Posted by asuhoru View Post
    I just got a Canon EOS Rebel XSi for Father's Day.
    *drool*

    you lucky bastage. if I got that for Father's Day, I would look like that boy in your picture!
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    Took this one day at Magic Island. Man, it was friggin' HOT.
    Anyhoo, heres my daughter on her little safari.

    (testing out a new Canon Lens)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mel View Post
    Little children generally like firemen.
    I must be a little child then. A REALLLLY little child.

    Love this thread- especially love the fireworks since I didn't get to see any this year. (Babies were sick.) But aww, so purty! Thanks for sharing!
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    Mel, those are BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!!

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    Asuhoru, great shots. Great camera! Funny screen name. lol

    Carrying the world on his shoulders, and not caring a bit...


    Photo taken today, 7.13.08 at Diamond Head Beach

    Cactus graffiti at Diamond Head beach (next to the showers)...




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    One thing I don't like to photograph or publish is grafitti. Publishing graffiti to me only encourages these vermin to create more grafitti. Grafitti is ugly vandalism and illegal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mel View Post
    One thing I don't like to photograph or publish is grafitti. Publishing graffiti to me only encourages these vermin to create more grafitti. Grafitti is ugly vandalism and illegal.
    Good point. At least with the cactus, it can naturally "heal" over this.

    With that cactus being located next to a popular Diamond Head break, I take it most of these "vermin" are surfers, and not vermin at all. Just using nature as a canvas. It doesn't offend me, at least. Not nearly as much as a spray-painted concrete underpass wall.

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    Taken yesterday in front of the Waikiki Aquarium Stone Art!
    And photoshopped of course...


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    Sun setting at Kihei (Maui) last week
    I'd rather be ... LOST


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    Quote Originally Posted by kanahina View Post


    Sun setting at Kihei (Maui) last week
    ohhhhh - from that angle, I can tell exactly where you took this

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    Nice one.. I love all the pictures.

    I feel little bit homesick (pause for a couple seconds) .. ok moving on!

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    Pano I made last week

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    Asuhoru, if you and Mel haven't yet met to talk shop, you should. Mel is an exceptionally good pro photographer, and it's clear from your postings here that you have a good eye. Thanks for sharing.

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    Asuhoru (your screen name is just too funny lol), I think I can tell where you "stitched" part of that pano shot. It's just a tad to the right of the last building along the Waikiki coastline (I think that's the Sheraton sticking out). You can tell by the difference in the water's ripple surface. Sometimes I find Canon's PhotoStitch software messes up the horizon, so when that happens, I stitch pano's manually in Photoshop using multiple layers and the eraser tool.

    Speaking of Waikiki, here's a vintage photo (a rare original) taken on the beach in front of where Duke's Waikiki currently is, looking towards the Royal Hawaiian Hotel...



    Just another lazy day of fishing at a Kualoa beach house...



    The lion statue in front of the MGM Grand on the Las Vegas Strip...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Lakio View Post
    Mel is an exceptionally good pro photographer, and it's clear from your postings here that you have a good eye.
    ...Oh, and I should add that Pomai is the expert at posting the finest "food porn" on the web!

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    Yeah I didn't have time to fix some of the overlaps on that pano. I never tried the Canon Photostitch program though I have it. I swear by Panorama Factory and Photoshop CS3's Photomerge.

    I'll post some that I made the other night that I think you all will enjoy.

    Anyhoo, thanks. I love my screen name. This is the only forum that made comments about my screen name. In some of the profiles for my name I'd put Yuara Asuhoru. But I figured thats a bit much so I removed em.

    ALoha to you all.

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    Thaddeus (young thrush):
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    Beautiful pics! The pic of the kid with the fireman is priceless, love it!

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    driving north of kona you will see grafiti made of coral on the dark lava.....unique to say the least.... i dont really like it as it is quite an eyesore......but this one caught my eye......
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    I took a few photos today at the Hawaii State Farm Fair @ Bishop Museum.
    This one was my favorite!


    After she posed for her Mom & Dad I got her to let me take one.
    Life is either an adventure... or you're not doing it right!!!

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    Menehune Man, what is that supposed to be, a fish? Looks more like a sperm cell. lol

    Here's an artist (from Japan) painting the peak of Diamond Head sticking out, with plumeria trees in the foreground...



    Nice work!

    And here's a couple shots of a Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera valet-parked last night in front of the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach...



    MSRP: $228,040 The craftsmanship on this beauty is amazing. Better be at that price!



    I should Photoshop one of those TheCab light domes onto the roof of the 'Ghini. lol

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    Love the shots of Mokoli'i (China Man's Hat) and the Japanese painter.
    Both are real cool!

    Here's a photo taken just now, of a shelf in the Living room that I've created.


    Aloha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Menehune Man View Post
    I took a few photos today at the Hawaii State Farm Fair @ Bishop Museum.
    This one was my favorite!


    After she posed for her Mom & Dad I got her to let me take one.
    I was there today with the family. Wasn't as hot today as I thought it'd be, which is a good thing.


    My daughter enjoyed the pony ride and the petting zoo. Here's my niece and sister-in-law.


    I didn't see the fish toon guy. Bummer. Daughter would have gotten a kick out of that one.
    ALoha

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