On December 7th 1941, the unimaginable happened. The Small serene Hawaiian island of Oahu was surprise attacked by the Japanese airforce and navy. This was my first time at Pearl Harbor and it was an incredibly sobering experience. Thousands of men and women died in this horrific attack, many of whom are still entombed below the surface of the water in ships that very quickly became their graves. Being there gave me a new heightened appreciation for all of the men and women that fight for the freedom that I so often take for granted. May we never forget.
Touring the streets of Waikiki leaves a street photographer both overwhelmed and searching for simple scenes. With the shear amount of people walking around it is very challenging to find compositions. Below are just a few of my favorite street images from our recent trip to HONOLULU. All the images were shot on the Fuji X-Pro2 and the stellar 23mm f2.