Bastion in Maui Series | Day 4


Another evening time photo! This one was taken at Whalers Village last night after a light rain session. I hope the remaining days for the series can focus on daylight, but a fair portion of the week has been cloudy. Actually some daylight has happened, I just didn't have Bastion with me. Whalers is one of those shopping areas with a few fancy brands mixed with common stores found in malls around the country. It's probably the second busiest shopping area with Front Street being the main attraction. 

It looks like this series will always be a day behind, unless today is any different. Photo above was taken with Fujifilm X-T1 + 16mm. :)  

Bastion in Maui Series | Day 3


Yesterday evening was a welcome night for some of my mom's wedding guests. It was at the Westin Maui, which is down the street from the resort I'm staying at (also part of Westin). The food was amazing! I was ate pretty much everything displayed. I don't want to say it was a straight up dinner; it was more hors d'oeuvres and alcohol. Bastion came along for the festivities, but didn't indulge itself with food and drink. Photo was taken with the Fujifilm X-T1 & 16mm. :)

* Note: I will most likely get this series on track later today with the day 4 post. 

Bastion in Maui Series | Day 2


The resort I stay at is on a beach, so why not take Bastion out for some sun and waves? Years ago I learned how to basically do everything beach-y in Kaanapali. It's always nice to be back here. I know Bastion is somewhat an inexpensive toy to place in non-safe conditions, but I'm still very cautious about the safety of it (this sounds silly, but I do care for the well-being of my subjects). 

This was my first time actually going in the water since arriving in Maui. The humid weather and chilled water is easy to adapt to, and makes me lose track of how long I've been in the water. I try not to be in for long periods of time. I'm quite sure I won't have Bastion doing any water activities for this series; this will be the closest it gets. Photo for day 2 was taken with the Fujifilm X-T1 + 16mm lens. :)