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POST 19.1

POST 19.1

Eric Wehner Photography

WATER Canon A2, 70-200mm lens, SPL waterhousing,   Nikonos II, 35mm lens  

LAND  Fujica 6x9, 90 mm lens                                                                                                            


Post 18.09

Post 18.09

At the 'Alohilani Resort, we spotted a rooftop tennis court that had the right shade of fall. The hotel opened earlier this year after a total refresh, and their team invited us over one bright and breezy August morning.  

It sits on land in Waikīkī that once belonged to Queen Liliʻuokalani. This area was called Hamohamo, and the hotel gets its name from a beach cottage she built here. It was a rare and special place for her. She called Hamohamo "the most life-giving and healthy district" on O‘ahu. "There is something unexplainable and...


Post 18.08

Post 18.08

Tantalus Trip is meant to serve as a semi-satirical nature tour, pointing out ways humans have altered and conditioned how we interact with place.

Post 18.07

Post 18.07

Josiah Kekoanui Patterson’s skill for capturing the nuance of everyday life amplifies the sense of beauty, solitude, loss, and joy one experiences on Oʻahu’s westside.

Post 18.06

Post 18.06

Josiah Kekoanui Patterson documents his brother and sister on a fun day at Mākaha, showing the more delicate side of surfing, one of acrobatic grace and familial trust.