We drove out to Maha'ulepu with Jim and Margaret for their wedding. Maha'ulepu is a raw, untouched beach on the south shore of Kaua'i...one of the last undeveloped locations on the south shore. Maha'ulepu is always windy, the waves are dramatic and can change from bright sun to approaching storm in a matter of a couple hours. Shooting at Maha'ulepu is challenging with the wind and sea spray, but makes for some unique, dramatic images. Margaret and Jim were adventurous, with Margaret changing into her dress in some nearby bushes, as a light rain fell and a rainbow appeared at the cliffs before Kipu Kai. A day after the wedding, Haunani and I picked them up at the cruise ship, their last day on Kaua'i, to take them to a snorkeling spot, PK's (Prince Kuhio), then they took us to lunch at Brennecke Broiler, at Po'ipu. What a great time getting to know this couple. We'll seem them again with their whole family in December.
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