sweet turtle minding its business off waikiki shores in hawaii. used a waterproof video camera fujifilm finepix xp50
Explore beautiful Kauai, Hawaii in HD by helicopter, ocean raft, and kayak. NEW! See my video on Kyoto, JAPAN in HD! www.youtube.com Filmed on the island of Kauai over 9 days. This video gives a brief tour of the island and its adventures and sights. I’d imagine it’d be interesting for people who want a quick overview of what Kauai is like. Photographs here www.flickrwire.com Scenes include the Napali Coast, the Kalalau trail, Hanakapi’ai Falls, the Waiahuakua sea cave, the open ceiling cave, Ho’olulu Sea Cave, the Wailua River, the Secret Waterfall, and Mount Waialeale crater (the wettest place on earth). For the shots, we went kayaking, boating on the Napali Coast for sea caves, and took a helicopter ride into the Waialaelae crater. It’s estimated as much as 75% of Kauai is inaccessible due to forests. Thanks to Napali Riders for the boat, Mauna Loa helicopters, and Wailua Kayak and Canoe. Filmed by Patrick Shyu, starring Henrick Shyu. Music by Garnet Crow. Recorded on a Canon S95, stabilized with Mercalli v2, edited in Premiere.
Snorkeling in Pueo Bay, Kona, Hawaii with a sea turtle.
Snorkeling in Pueo Bay, Kona, Hawaii with a sea turtle. Recorded on September 15, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
This six-gill shark (Hexanchus) was filmed during a submersible dive off the northeast coast of Molokai at a depth of 1000m (3280ft). The 2 red laser dots are 6 inches apart, resulting in a length of about 18 ft for the shark. Great ecstatic live commentary by University of Hawaii Oceanography Professor Jeff Drazen! Many thanks to Dr. Craig Smith (University of Hawaii) and Dr. Eric Vetter for permitting release of this footage which was obtained as part of their research data set. www.soest.hawaii.edu
Crabs crawl along the rock wall on the southern end of Magic Island at Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu on Oahu.
This Marlin was caught off shore about 20 miles from Oahu Hawaii by Thomas Marshall owner of www.broke2.com
Snorkeling with Black Trigger Fish (Melichthys niger) in Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii, the site of the Captain Cook monument. The ones beneath me would turn up on their sides to look up at the kook with the camera. We went with Fair Wind cruises, really nice outfit. If I ever get back there, I’d like to try there night snorkeling with the manta rays. Recorded on September 14, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Returning to Hawaii after four years cruising the Pacific Northwest our daily logs continue to tell the story. Start at the beginning , watch our “Sea Log” Playlist for our 2007 voyage from Hawaii to Neah Bay, WA. or, for our trip down the West Coast see our “Sailing the Pacific Coast” Playlist. More at cruisinglealea.com
Looking for a fun filled day of sun and ocean life? Then Sea Life Park is the perfect place for you and the family! Stare in wonder at the sharks, dolphins, seals, penguins, and much more. Not renting a car? Sea Life Park offers shuttles from the Waikiki and Honolulu area. Make sure to grab a schedule and description of the various shows when you get there. You don’t want to miss any of the action! For operation hours, tickets prices, and a schedule of the shows visit www.sealifeparkhawaii.com From all of us here at Ali’i Beach Rentals… have a great time and tell the Sea Turtles we said Hi!