6.18.2012

Laupahoehoe | part III

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If it was possible to choose a favorite part to our camping trip, I would have to pick the night we had our campfire. We gathered driftwood from the coastline, cleared out a spot next to the beach, and sat around our cheerful blaze for the evening while enjoying a warm meal. It was the first time I'd cooked a hot dog over an open flame, and scorched marshmallows with graham crackers soon followed. We ended the merry night with worship songs and the waves crashed next to us in their own melody. All we left was a pile of embers, but to me, it was so much more.

This post is the bittersweet ending to the Laupahoehoe series. It's ending off with a video. Enjoy!



17 comments:

  1. eek. this looks like it was heaven :)

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  2. These are great pictures and Jessica's right! This does look like heaven! AHHH! Love the first picture!

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  3. fantastic shots. thanks for the little vacation.

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  4. These photos are dreamy, and so is the video!
    You should make a video tutorial.

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  5. lovelylovelylovely. just...wow.

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  6. Ahh, this makes me want to go to some northern beach now.

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  7. all of these photo sets are incredible. so stunnning. like something from a travel magazine. makes me wanna go sit at a camp fire by the beach. xx

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  8. ooh, my that looks like a beautiful trip! love it :)

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  9. I've said that I love your blog and all of the amazingness that comes with it before, right? Once again, another amazing post. Your photos are incredible!

    --Megan
    www.immeganjune.com

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  10. this looks like a wonderful trip! and i love your video.
    also, I have a question: do you use the 50mm 1.8? I'm thinking about switching to Canon, but I've heard the 50mm 1.8 lens is cheap quality and breaks easily. How do you like the lens?
    thanks! :)

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    1. It certainly was wonderful! And yes, I do use a 50mm lens. If I could redo my purchase, I'd get the 35mm lens because it's more suited to my Canon T3. However, I am still really happy with the 50mm. I'm gentle with it, so I don't feel it's flimsy or cheap. Like anything else, it just need to be taken care of properly. :)

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  11. Funny how we were both draw to capture the adorable bird on her rock.....;)

    Yes, I agree, the campfire was the best!! and it looks like nathan even captured the exact moment when your marshmallow caught on fire!!!! Aaawsomeness.....

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  12. I watched the video twice! So beautiful..I'm craving a camping trip like so.
    Was that a slack line i saw??? :)

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    1. So glad you liked it!! And yes, that would be my brother's slack line. I'm still really bad at it, but it's fun. ;)

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  13. your blog is great! and your very pretty :) and I follow you! kisses from: http://julldiaz.blogspot.mx/

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  14. Looks like fun! I just got home from my family's camping trip.
    What would you say is your favorite part of camping?

    xoxo,
    Rachel Nicole @ Summer Breeze

    http://rachyracheshobbycorner.blogspot.com/

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