This is a rare chance to get out on the water from the vantage point of a 40′ outrigger canoe on a cool, silvery morning. We went straight off shore looking for whales.
About Today’s Show:
Otherwise, welcome to my first solo show. Shot with a little still camera in 20 second clips, held at arms distance and no mic! A challenging combination of broken video camera and first day of cameraman gone. I had fun! (Though for sure the quality is not what you marvelous viewers have grown accustomed to…and a little late to the server too!)
The new camera has arrived though, so I look forward to getting back up to speed tomorrow. Say some prayers for my cameraman; he’s so concerned about my having to do a month of shows on my own. his blood pressure is already too high and I don’t want to push it! I have found two guest camera-people. Remember, I’d love to have some guest film makers join me the month of April.
Mahalo nui loa to may patient paddler friends who indulged me in the filming. Mary, Stacey, Maggie, Oma, and Mollie – the gracious one who shares the WaÊ»a lele with all of us.
Paddling background music is by Torchomatic
LeokÅ« pÄkahi: solo
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