Well, I'm back from Okinawa, and survived the typhoon without losing any limbs. Yanbaru was beautiful and reminded me of home, New Zealand. I'll upload some photos as I go through them, but in the meantime I have updated the “About” page of my website recently, with a more detailed self profile and description of my photography. Check it out if you want to know a bit more about me.
We visited a beautiful waterfall in the jungle of Yanbaru, Okinawa last week. We had to swim through a canyon to get to it, treading water against a current while juggling waterproof bags with camera and tripod was a real test. But what turned out to be a bigger challenge was finding a place to set a tripod up.
My wife snapped a photo of me balancing on the only available space, a rock in the middle of the pool. There wasn't enough space on the rock for both me and the tripod, so I had to balance with my toes in a crack to get a good shot. I thought it was a nice photo, so I've uploaded it above, together with a photo of the waterfall and swimming hole that I actually ended up taking from another ledge further back.
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Check out some of my other photography:
Mt Fuji here
The amazing Jewel Beetle here
Perfect rainbows here
Hilarious Frogs here