Hawaii Kaneohe Bay Sunrise

Kane’ohe Bay Sunrise

The sun rises over the small boat harbor inside Kane’ohe Bay on a remarkably clear and calm morning on Oahu’s windward coast, setting row boats in stark relief against a canvas of orange and yellow hues. The scene invites us out for an early morning paddle in hopes of catching the day’s lunch. It is a reminder of simpler times and the daily ebb and flow of ocean living.

A remnant of the towering Ko’olau volcanic range to the inland, Kane’ohe Bay is Hawaii’s largest shallow water protected bay at 8 miles long and nearly 3 miles wide. The bay contains a barrier reef, coral reefs throughout, and a lagoon in addition to several small islets.

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About Henry Aguilar

Henry Aguilar (aka jhames808) started photography in 2009 as a hobby focusing on landscape and macro. A self-taught photographer who enjoys taking pictures on his free time. Together with his passion and dedication, Henry continues to learn and explore other areas of photography humbly grasping every suggestions and comments to improve his craft. He later on started shooting portraits, local events, concerts and also weddings. One of his photos was published in the January-February 2012 issue of Hawaii Magazine for winning the grand prize of the magazine’s 13th annual photo contest. His work was also selected to be part of the Contemporary Photography in Hawaii 2012 at Frame Arts Hawaii organized by Pacific New Media. Last June, his work was showcased in the first RAWArtist Honolulu event that took place at Vice nightclub. In addition to his website, you can find him on Facebook here.