A Final Salute to Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa

On July 17, Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa of the Hawai’i County Police Department, conducted a high-risk traffic stop of a wanted subject on Highway 11, in Kukui Camp Road, Mountain View. Officer Kaliloa was shot in the neck and leg by the wanted subject; he was transported to the Hilo Medical Center where he succumbed to Continue reading A Final Salute to Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa

Travel: Pepeekeo, Honokaa, and Waimea

There’s a certain charm to driving around town, really exploring, with no particular destination in mind — In fact, if I’m being completely honest, it’s my favorite activity to do. A few weeks ago my mom and I drove throughout East Hawaii; we drove from Hilo to Pepeekeo, Honokaa, and Waimea. It was a beautiful and Continue reading Travel: Pepeekeo, Honokaa, and Waimea

You’ve gotta taste the light, like my friend and fellow shooter Chip Maury says. And when you see light like this, trust me, it’s like a strawberry sundae with sprinkles.”

― Joe McNally, The Moment It Clicks: Photography Secrets from One of the World’s Top Shooters

 

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Memorial Day | National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific

“The patriot’s blood is the seed of freedom’s tree.” – Thomas Campbell I wanted to share some photos I took a few years back in 2015. My dad and I were working a case in the Punchbowl area of Honolulu when we had some time to visit the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. It Continue reading Memorial Day | National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific