The Hawaiian Islands are the most remote island chain on earth. In regards to surfing, there are a variety of surf seasons. Generally speaking, active storms near the north poles bring large, rideable surf to the north shores of our islands during winter months. Southern shores receive the best surf when the southern poles are active (Hawaii's summer season) with storm systems. Spring is one of those special times of year in the islands. Due to Hawaii's location of in the North Pacific, the spring (and fall) seasons offer a greater potential to receive surfable waves on all shorelines in a single day. On this particular day, I found surfable waves on the north, west and southern shores of the most populated landmass in the island chain....Oahu, "The Gathering Place".
Welcome to the Island Images Photography Blog. Here we showcase a selection of our images from the past twelve years. Click the links on the right side of this page to read and view our company blog posts. Short narrative excerpts give the viewer an idea of what it was like to be in and/or around the water that day.....