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Filming a drum circle on a beach. Then this kid runs by.
Last kids standing on a beach in NY.
A pole dancer on a beach, during a full moon party
My camera is a mini GOPRO and installed inside this band leaders drum.
Beach casting to the extreme. This angler fights the surf before casting to reach the maximum cast distance.
Green Fire Dragon
Crowd's can get to you during the day in Hawaii. To get away from it I go at night when the stars are out but no one else is in sight. This shot was taken at Sandy's during night when the stars were s
This shot was taken with a Canon 7d in an SPL Waterhousing and a Canon 600 ex-rt flash attached on top. It is heavy to have this equipment in the water but it is worth it. This shot was taken during t
I woke up at 4 a.m. to get this shot. The sun rises on the east side of Oahu and Sandy Beach is a spectacular sight when it happens. The name of this shot is "Oiler" and is my favorite shot taken at S
I noticed the crowd was sitting farther out but I noticed waves breaking on dry sand and thought that it would make a great shot. I am laying on dry sand getting ready for the "Avenger" to pound me. S
The name of this photo is "The Light". My light is God and it was my mission to show people what He has to offer. Not one person was out in the water this day and the conditions were pristine. "The Li
Taking photos in the ocean is all about timing. I was stuck in rush hour traffic and noticed an out going storm. It was a race before time and I only had twenty minutes to get the shot. I ended up rip
Dad and son tune.
The calm after the storm.
Down an dirt road.
The ol' river bridge.
Farm land.
Hot Summer Day!
The Seattle Waterfront and Ferris wheel- taken from the ferry
The Seattle Space Needle in Washington trying to break through the clouds.
Our old porch roof at the first snow fall.
Tower overlooking Bainbridge Island Winery
Random rain flurry and herd of buffalo in Yellowstone National Park.
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Taking photos in the ocean is all about timing. I was stuck in rush hour traffic and noticed an out going storm. It was a race before time and I only had twenty minutes to get the shot. I ended up rip

Taking photos in the ocean is all about timing. I was stuck in rush hour traffic and noticed an out going storm. It was a race before time and I only had twenty minutes to get the shot. I ended up ripping my shorts during the process. Well worth it.

TAGS: Hawaii, United States

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Ewa Beach, Hawaii, United States of America
Member since 2014
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© Danny Sepkowski.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2013
Total Views: 12
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Aug. 27, 2013, 3:19 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 7D
Focal Length: 10mm
Shutter Speed: 1/640
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: ISO100
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