The waxing gibbous moon, as seen on the evening of April 20, 2013 from 4,000 feet elevation on the island of Kaua‘i, brings a close to another year of photographs and films from the Lab School’s Photography and Film elective class. We’ll see you again next fall and, in the meantime, please check out our films and photography reels on our YouTube channel. Thanks for visiting our visual journal! Alyssa Redoble Advertisements
This is the Spring, 2013 photo reel from the photographers and filmmakers in the ULSMedia Group. ULSMedia Group: Alyssa Redoble, Kiana Po‘omaihealani, Shuhei Aoki, Cassandra Tancinco, Jeselle Corpuz, Jocelyn Ki, Sienna Morales, Austin Tanaka, Jason Iechad Hye Jung Kim and Chris Zorn You can view more of their work on their YouTube channel. The song is Desert Skies by Chris Zorn.
A slow sunset is captured from the Kalalau lookout at Koke‘e State Park on the island of Kaua‘i. The lookout, at an elevation of approximately 4,000 feet, offers dramatic views of the rugged Northwest coast of Kaua‘i and is a great place for birdwatching as well. Students in the Photography and Film elective class were recently here to shoot photographs and film their short film, Kaua‘i Turnaround. This image was also used for the film’s poster. Cassandra Tancinco
A set of steps lead mysteriously upwards and around the corner at one of the two large playgrounds at Lydgate State Park on the island of Kaua‘i. The playgrounds, both of which are multi-story structures, contain art, secret passageways, monkey bars, jungle gyms and many other kid and adult friendly surprises.
The Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) is a plant native to South Africa. This particular one was photographed on a two acre tropical flower farm on the island of Kaua‘i. The farm, Tropical Flowers Express grows dozens of different tropical flowers for local florists as well as to ship to other parts of the world. Alyssa Redoble