Low Tide at Keahole Point
I love photographing at low tide and low surf. I am able to get closer to these otherwise dangerous locations to capture the life and subtle details that make them unique. It also allows me to slow down, make my adjustments, and frame up the shot without the speedy setup, continuous lens cleaning, or being forced to retreat from a rogue wave.
I setup within a couple feet from the mouth of this hole in the rocky shelf and focused my attention on the decorations of seaweed. Even though the sunset wasn’t glorious like I anticipated it to be, I enjoy this shot for it’s calming and inviting qualities.
© Christopher Johnson