A Black-crowned Night Heron is silhouetted as it hunts around sunset.
Category Archives: Abstracts
Stacked pipes at a local construction site.
Abstracts: More ripples
Another image of ripples in the water of ʻAimakapā Fishpond at Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park.
Abstracts: Something in the water
I love the patterns in shallow water and it’s a bonus when something, such as this turtle, add a twist to the image.
Abstracts: Bromeliad top
Not sure what kind of bromeliad this is. I had it labeled as a Dwarf Pineapple, but the more I looked at it, the less that seemed right. Not that it matters since it’s the colors and shapes that I was looking at.
Abstracts: Green water
I processed this photo, taken at a fishpond in Mauna Lani, a while ago. For the life of me, I can’t remember why I made two versions. The first is close to the original photo, but I must have produced the second when I was adjusting colors and liked it enough to keep it. I’m not sure I’m as taken with it now as I apparently was then.
Abstracts: Looking up
A photo taken while snorkeling, looking up toward the light. This one doesn’t look a whole lot different in black and white.
Abstracts: Tahitian Prawn
I was taking photos of Tahitian Prawns in the stream at Hawai’i Tropical Bioreserve & Garden, but when I looked at them later, I mostly liked the abstract effect of the light and water. But, yes, there is a Tahitian Prawn in this photo.
For more information about Hawai’i Tropical Bioreserve & Garden, go to htbg.com.