A View of Waimanalo Rarely Seen
Cameron calls this “The Swirling Sands of Waimanalo”
I’ve never seen anything like this and had to stare for a long while to find landmarks confirming this indeed is a view of Waimanalo. Bellows Beach is the wooded shoreline area and you can see the iconic Lanikai “Mokes” (the two islands) on the right hand side.
What’s really amazing is the giant sand swirls just offshore. I’ve never seen anything like that. If you have an explanation, please comment.
Big Mahalos to Cameron Brooks who is sharing his work with us and I hope you’ll support him by buying a beautiful print of this photo!
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