Thursday, September 16, 2010

Attempting patience before running away

Always wanted to try this; that's the Moku Ahi, literally "fire boat," moored to the right. Belongs to the Honolulu Fire Department. Who can resist clean paint, polished chrome and water at dusk?

One sees the possibilities in the area (Honolulu Harbor waterfront Ewa of the main terminal), but it also has a reputation for being a hazardous (highway roadside) and rough, as in people. So I don't stick around.

Anyone wishing to take up twilight/night photography in this area best have either a largish group, which may be hard to fit on the narrow walk, or a quick means to get away (bike?).

So I shoot and run. Pity.

1 comment:

  1. This is gorgeous! But I know what you mean about "not so safe" locations. Hence the big meet at Yokohama this past summer. I wanted to go for the sunset there, but refused to go by myself O_o hehe. Maybe we can pull another group together to shoot there! :)