The Sunday Traveler ~ A Secret Waterfall

The Kauai Tours tour guide said “get your camera ready for a secret waterfall down the road we”ll pass in a couple of seconds, and when I say ‘now’, snap it”.  The Sunday Traveler was lucky enough to have the seat up front with the driver, so I made myself ready. Nervous trigger finger poised. The tour guide was as giggly giddy as I was that I captured it as we whizzed by.

Travel. The little moments that stick in your mind for a long time. The places. The people. The camera freezes the moment, it’s yours forever; and your heart will remember all the rest.

The Sunday Traveler begins some prep work for travel in about a month’s time. Plans for solo travel back to Mexico seem to have taken a little detour; my travel times seem to have serendipitously meshed with that of a cousin who once lived in Mexico too. Once again I found myself saying yes to an unplanned adventure. Who am I to say no?

The Sunday Traveler will be showcasing postcards from home for the following Sundays prior to my taking off again. This new hometown of about ten months is pretty sweet; a place that has brought serenity and joy. And beauty.

Until next week.



About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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6 Responses to The Sunday Traveler ~ A Secret Waterfall

  1. Rosalyn Collier says:

    It’s great. Jim says the reflections add to the waterfall. Good job, Sweetie!!

    Rosalyn Collier


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  2. ShimonZ says:

    It’s quite a feat to capture a waterfall from a moving bus, but it might be even more interesting were you to put the camera on a tripod, and shoot at a very slow shutter speed. Looks good though.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Shimon. I’m trying to remember what was on the other side of the road…might have needed to set up a tripod in the middle of the road, but that would definitely have made a crisper image.


  3. If tour guides are pointing it out, it can’t be all that secret, can it?


    • Angeline M says:

      Ah, Felipe. Always keeping it real (happy face). Well, if the tour guide didn’t point it out it would be missed/not seen. Does that qualify as secret? Just a little?
      And btw, I might even drop by to meet you. I might be in your neighborhood.


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