With the sunrise being a few minutes after 0600, I woke up at 4am to allow myself ample time to hike to where I wanted to go. Everything started out as planned. The moon was out and I didn’t need to use my headlamp for guidance except in a few areas that looked like something was blocking my path. I arrived at my spot with plenty of time to spare so I set up my gear and started taking a few shots to get a good composition. Within a few minutes, strong tradewind showers blew in from the ocean. I didn’t want to leave because I was hoping the sky would clear up by sunrise. The first rain-squall passed but few minutes later another came. At this point I was starting to think I should just pack up and go home but I stuck through it all and I’m glad I did. The sun peaked over the horizon and I could see a partial silhouette of Molokai in the sunlight and the clouds broke apart revealing blue skies and nice colors in the clouds above Koko Crater. ⛅️ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Framed with @Kirk.photo KES Panning Ball Head with QR platform & QR Tripod System KES BL-D850 L-bracket for Nikon D850 • Link in Bio ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ———————————————————————— All images cropped for Instagram.
🎒🧳✨This has to be one of the biggest projects we have worked on in 2018/2019. Thank you so much @victorinox HQ and beloved Hong Kong team 🇭🇰 for making this happen ♥️ . . Check out the full interview on how i manage my life with many roles 😂 & how i find the ultimate work-life balance (still learning and improving everyday.....) . . #letdreamstakeusforward#myvictorinox#victorinoxhk#hongkong • thank you Karen ! Andrew ! and of course @ambrose_wong being the backbone of everything.