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Car pooling might be available!, after I know how many we are going, please sign up asap!
We are going to Waimea.
Leaving Hilo around 8am will give us time to get in the Ranch early to take photos of Polo players getting ready.
Keiki game start at 11am
Adults around Noon.
There are some instructions and mostly DO and Don’ts that they will explain to us.
Please bring $5 dollars to get in
Weather can change a lot in that area through out the morning, we recommend
Shoes/Snickers (no sandals or exposed feet shoes) (remember horses are around)
Jacket, wind and rain.
Water and snacks
Lunch -Pic-nic will be nice
You can buy beverages and some food in there.
Hat, sun block, tripod…camera 🙂
Come and Join us!
The monthly meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, 7 pm, at the Kamana Senior Center, 127 Kamana Street (above Kinoole) in Hilo. Visitors are welcome to attend. Click the map below to show a larger version.
Edward Henry Weston (March 24, 1886 – January 1, 1958) “was a 20th-century American photographer. He has been called “one of the most innovative and influential American photographers…” and “one of the masters of 20th century photography.” Over the course of his 40-year career Weston photographed an increasingly expansive set of subjects, including landscapes, still lifes, nudes, portraits, genre scenes and even whimsical parodies. It is said that he developed a “quintessentially American, and specially Californian, approach to modern photography” because of his focus on the people and places of the American West. In 1937 Weston was the first photographer to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship, and over the next two years he produced nearly 1,400 negatives using his 8 × 10 view camera. Some of his most famous photographs were taken of the trees and rocks at Point Lobos, California, near where he lived for many years.
Weston was born in Chicago and moved to California when he was 21. He knew he wanted to be a photographer from an early age, and initially his work was typical of the soft focus pictorialism that was popular at the time. Within a few years, however, he abandoned that style and went on to be one of the foremost champions of highly detailed photographic images.
In 1947 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and he stopped photographing soon thereafter. He spent the remaining ten years of his life overseeing the printing of more than 1,000 of his most famous images.
This excerpt was taken from Wikipedia
Its circular building is comprised of two galleries that hold month-long art and
cultural exhibits which are free and opened to the public.
For the up-coming Exhibits click the link below
The photos displayed in this website are for the use of this website only, with authorization of the photographer.
Contact the photographer if you would like to buy or use any of the photos posted in our website.
Photography by Claudia Hagan
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Photography by Steve Clark
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Copyright Lee Schechtman
Copyright Thomas Whitney
Copyright Daisy Schenck
Copyright Mary Goodrich 2017,
Copyright Molly Hart
Claudia Hagan www.claudiahagan.com
Mary Goodrich -Lava –
Claudia C Hagan
Stephen Clark -Lili’ uokalani Park-
Lunada Bay, California
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