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“Hurricane Survivor” was photographed at Mala Pier on the island of Maui just north of the town of Lahaina. Mala Wharf was once a... more
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“Hurricane Survivor” was photographed at Mala Pier on the island of Maui just north of the town of Lahaina. Mala Wharf was once a fully-functioning pier which served as a shipping facility for the island’s pineapple and agriculture. In 1992, however surf came marching into Lahaina as a result of Hurricane Iniki, and the end of the dock was completely destroyed. Iniki slammed into the south shore of Kauai, causing an estimated $1.8 billion in damage and killing six. More than 1,000 people were injured. I photographed this fenced and abandoned pier as the waves came in. I used a shutter speed of 8 seconds which caused the many waves that came in during that time to look flat and transparent. I balanced my tripod on large lava boulders that created a jetty to protect the harbor behind me. If you are visiting Lahaina, a beautiful seaport town, stop by and see Mala Pier.
Gary Johnson CPP, M.Photog. is a certified portrait and fine art landscape photographer who photographs on-location and has a portrait studio at his home in Sonora, California. Gary was voted the Union Democrat Newspaper's Readers Choice Award for "Best Photographer" in Tuolumne County for 2017, 2018 and 2019. Gary has been a member of the Professional Photographers of America since 2002 and earned his Masters of Photography degree in January of 2018. Gary holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Science and is retired after 32 years of teaching 7th and 8th grade science. “I first became interested in cameras when I taught black and white film photography to my students. I loved to see their amazement as an image appeared on...
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