POW, #19 – Backyard

This week’s challenge: Tell the story of your immediate surroundings. Give us a glimpse into your daily life. My neighborhood is quite peaceful, with houses farther apart than usual. It’s very nice but can get a little scary at night when there aren’t streetlights nearby. But I love where I live. How could I not when my back yard is this? Well, actually this is … Continue reading POW, #19 – Backyard

POW, #16 – Leading Lines

Per challenge, it says, “Leading Lines are a very important compositional element that every photographer needs to master. Use leading lines to tell a story. No train tracks.” I don’t even know where I would find train tracks since there are no trains on Maui. Wait… I take that back. There was the Sugar Cane Train. But that closed down a few years ago. The … Continue reading POW, #16 – Leading Lines

POW, #5 – Ten Shots

The week’s challenge was to shoot a subject 10 times, each time with a different angle, distance, and focal length. For my subject I used the big cactus plant in our frontyard. This cactus (cacti probably) is massive, taller than me. But I really love it, and cacti and succulents in general. I got carried away and took more than ten shots. But I’m not … Continue reading POW, #5 – Ten Shots