4-27-15 Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Vent Eruption

Aloha, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Kilauea volcano, Halemaumau vent eruption has escalated in recent days. The vent has started to overflow onto the crater floor. It’s quickly building into a perched lava lake. This could lead to all kinds of possibilities like filling the crater, large fountain vents, hornitos, it’s going to be interesting. Historic … Continue reading

“Fire and Ice” 10 Year Anniversary

Aloha, It’s hard to believe its been 10 years already since I captured my “Fire & Ice” image. Still seems like yesterday. You can read more about it on my website. “Fire & Ice” page. 13 years of planning and attempts that started in Jan 1992. After all that time and effort I had a … Continue reading

Skylights Are Cool – Hawaii Lava Flows 11-22-14

Aloha, A short post to let everyone know about some new images I’ve added to my website. They are in the gallery “Bryan’s Favorites”. #506 – #510c. Some insight on the new images available as prints. There was a time many years ago at the lava flows with in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park when lava … Continue reading

Wildlife Photographer of The Year – Finalist – 2014 – Image #488c

Aloha, There are only a select few contest I ever enter and this is one of them. This one I like due to the very high number of photographers and images entered from all over the world. You know your image truly stood out even if it only made finalist but, didn’t win. I congratulate … Continue reading

9-02-14 Camera Phone & GoPro Photography

Aloha, Wow, almost one year since my last post. Being busy will do that. This posting will cover something more people do now than ever before. Shooting photos with your camera phone or even a GoPro camera. Now of course images from either aren’t going to print like what I get from my Nikon D800 but, … Continue reading

Jan – July 2013 Pu’u O’o Vent Lava Flows Kilauea Volcano HVNP Hawaii

Aloha, Pu’u O’o vent has been like my second home for a very long time. The flows that started coming down its NNE side back in Jan slowly covered what use to be a vast area of interesting and challenging lava flows from the early 1980’s. This is a series of posts from many of … Continue reading