The first pregnancy pictures were taken at the Busse Woods Forest Preserve in Elk Grove Village and at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle during the fall month of October. That was a fifth month of the pregnancy.
Camping overnight at isolated Joshua Tree National Park gives me a rare opportunity to take pictures of stars and Milky Way.
Cleons Show in Chicago at DuSable Museum.Click HERE or on the photo below to see more photos from the show
Manta Ray night dive on Big Island,Hawaii.I made tree night dives with Manta Rays to shoot this short video.Each dive last about 45 minutes.There are two different location to spat Manta Ray on Big Island.First,better suited for scuba divers is Kona airport because of rocky bottom,second Sheraton Hotel is better for snorkeling.Both location are great.The mysterious manta ray is one of the largest fishes in the ocean and they feed on microscopic plankton.At night, spotlights are used to attract mantas that feed off the plankton illuminated by the light.To see the video click HERE or the picture bellow.
Kahalu’u is very popular snorkeling spot on Big Island. There’s ton of friendly fish that are so used to tourists that it makes a great place for video recording. This video was recorded with GoPro Hero 3 with 2.7k resolution. The water is shallow so you feel more as if you were swimming in an aquarium than in the ocean. Because the water is not deep. it allows the light to penetrate to the bottom. The cove is surrounded by large partly submerged rock wall that makes the water calm and easy to snorkel in. While snorkeling I saw different kind of fish including box fish, cardinal fish, needle fish, surgeon fish and eel among many others. Click here or below on the picture to check out the video:
A year ago we met Warren Harnden on Awa Awapuhi trail in Kauai. We talked about our hobbies, which also includes skiing. He lives in Nevada and he told us about Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in the Sierras. He also wrote:
‘Keep up the adventuring, It is a great life. Most of my opportunities are rapidly fading. But the Sierra always calls.It is not a misnomer to call the Sierra, “The Range of Light” ‘.
At the end of last year we got a chance to go to California and we reminiscent on that encounter. So the decision was made and we were hoping for a lot of snow.
And we weren’t disappointed. We had truly White Christmas in California.
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