Scroll down for drop-down menu with size, format, and price information
Brad Reed’s Day 125 of 365 – May 5, 2010
Today we took the winding road trip to Hana. Along the way we stopped at the Honokalani Black Sand Beach. It was incredible. The beach is made up of varying sizes of black rock. The rocks in this photo were about fifteen feet up from the waters edge, but were still getting wet from the spray of almost every wave. I saw a large wave deposit the red plant or piece of coral onto the black rocks. I had to time the photo just right before the next wave came and took the spot of color back to sea.
F5 at 1/125, 250 ISO, 18-50mm lens at 18mm