My first visit to the Waikiki Aquarium. They keep their glass very clean, making it easy to get photos of these guys. From my experience, it takes clean glass and relatively thin glass to take good photos of aquarium sea life.
A monk, named Kenshin, had a dream one night. He dreamed of a man dressed in white leading him to a spring in the north. We awoke and ventured to the north, discovering a pure water spring upon Mt. Otowa. There, he met a hermit who introduced himself as Gyoei-Koji. He lived near the spring and said to Kenshin, "I've been waiting for you. Please carve this tree into a statue of the thousand-armed Kannon to guard this sacred place of Kannon.” Soon after, Gyoei-Koji disappeared. Kenshin concluded that Gyoei was none other than Kannon, the Bodhisattva of compassion, a revered, enlightened teacher known well across Asia. There, a temple is constructed, called the Pure Water temple, or Kiyomizu Dera.
During our second shoot, I asked Misato to lay down near a drop and a waterfall. This girl who knew nothing of me did it without hesitation. Damn <3