Diamond Head to Downtown Honolulu from my Mavic 2 pro. This was up about 1300 feet above Kahala beach park. The remote started getting laggy at this distance but i managed to snap this photo. Its so cool seeing these angles that you could previously only capture from a helicopter.
Flew the drone around Iolani Palace for a few mins before it was attacked by 30+ aggressive birds and I ran away. Heres a shot of the iconic Hawaiian flag flying high above the front of the palace.
I always try to take photos from odd or different angles. My Mavic 2 pro drone helps out a lot with that.
On my lunch break, wandering Downtown Honolulu, Hawaii today. Taken with my Canon 5d and 24-70mm L lens. I think all these shots were taken on the infamous Hotel Street.
I can now accept basic attention token on my site as a Brave Verified Publisher.
I’ve been using the Brave browser on all my devices for the past few weeks and I’m loving it. Brave is built using Chromium so its basically a more secure and privacy focused version of Google’s Chrome browser. Check it out at: https://brave.com.
The Basic Attention Token is a cryptocurrency project that.. well.. just watch the video:
Found this drone photo of Turtle Bay and Resort on the North Shore of Oahu. I was with my family lounging at Kawela Bay and luckily I brought my Mavic 2 pro drone to see how all the rich people vacation.
Another beautiful day in paradise.
Downtown, Honolulu, Hawaii. All the bike racks downtown are shaped like bicycles. I found this funny looking “zooe bike” and snapped a rainy photo. I can’t seem to find any info about this bike online.
On a rainy day in Honolulu. Playing around with the semi-gimmicky inverted-puddle-reflection-street-photo-thing. I could never seem to find a big enough puddle for anything super amazing though. I guess Honolulu has some good drainage systems.
Flew the Mavic 2 up pretty high and got this shot head-on of Diamond Head Crater on Oahu. I don’t think I’ve ever seen this angle because it doesn’t show that Waikiki silhouette view. It gets a little scary flying the drone around with so many low-flying helicopters blasting around.
We can also see Koko Crater in the background from this angle too.
A few photos from an epic sunset at Koolina on Oahu’s west side taken with a Canon 5d and 24-70mm L lens. I was all excited about flying the drone around Koolina but its deep in a no-fly-zone because of the nearby airport.
Oh well, the sunset wasn’t too shabby. I almost totally kook’d it in the second photo and barely made it back up the rocks without getting washed away before the wave hit. I was WAY too close to the waves. There was a huge swell filling in that evening. No wonder so many people get hurt. The Hawaiian ocean can change on you so quickly.