Yesterday was a great day! Tatum and I did a photo shoot with Caleb & Katie Knox. Newly Weds and great friends! This was our first wedding portrait shoot and I am so amped on how it turned out! We went to a few really cool spots, shot, and celebrated!
I'll be posting a few more of these when the Album is all finished up..
Cruising out this morning was an adventure in every aspect. Rain. More like torrential downpour. The roads were pretty nuts. There were boulders and trees all over, not to mention the hundreds of beautiful waterfalls flooding into the roads everywhere. Not a good day to drive to hana.
Right now the entire north coast of Maui looks like new jersey water for at least 200 yards out because of the flooding, murky brown and zero visibility. Feels pretty sharky out there.
This was one of the more entertaining waves of the day. This guy came shooting out of the barrel so fast! He was trying to slow himself down and that just turned into a relaxed ride right into the next barrel section. Don't work to hard bro.
yesterday was so fun!
Had to take it easy and hang out with the wife today. :)
Scare being that we thought the whale was off to our left when it decided it wanted to play with us! I know whales like playing around with boats.. and this young whale must have thought that we were big enough to play with, however, a two man kayak is barely big enough to play with a few ton whale!
It came up and moved us a bit, sat there, then showed us some tail and took of splashing through the water. One of the most amazing things I have ever witnessed to this day! My heart was racing and I could barely move! Garret at one point even had to remind me to get some photos of it. Crazyness.
We were able to spend a bit of time out there with this young whale and also a mother and very young calf came up to breathe, making this morning by far one of the coolest morning I have ever had.
West Maui Mountains.
So thankful for it all. I'm stoked we didn't get dumped by the whale! Stoked to shoot so many photos of this giant wildlife. Stoked to be alive.