My wife and I had a blast at Black Rock this afternoon. We made the 30 minute stroll from our hotel across the other resort hotels found on Ka’anapali and past Whaler’s Village. I grabbed my GoPro (as usual) and headed into the breaking waves. I set the camera to take a photo every .5 seconds and sat at the point along the beach where the waves were breaking.
I don’t recommend sitting in that spot on the beach for very long. I was thrown into the ground, dragged along the sand, flipped a few times and ended up with sand in every part of my swim suit. In the end, here’s the photo I captured of the breaking waves.
GoPro | One photo every .5 seconds
From here, we headed over to snorkel, and once again I had my GoPro with me (to my wife’s chagrin). I’ll share some of those photos in a future blog post, but for now, I’ll leave it with this breaking wave on Black Rock – a great place to play in the ocean and snorkel.
3 Replies to “Breaking the waves at Black Rock”
I love this one. It looks like a place we’d love to go.
Amazing Photo. You make me want a GoPro.
I highly recommend getting a GoPro. It’s a very versatile camera, in or out of the water!