Sunday Photo: D.T. Fleming Beach

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Sunday Photos

D.T. Fleming Beach

Taken by Kris Nelson on September 18th, 2009.
Location: High Above D.T. Fleming Beach Park via helicopter

Right up the coast from last week’s photo, this one is of nearby D.T. Fleming Beach. As I go back through more of my photos from this aerial shoot during the Maui Photo Festival last year, I continue to countdown to this year’s workshops in August. Maybe we’ll see you there this time?

More Photos on Facebook

Over the summer, I shared a list of my favorite Maui themed Facebook pages, including the one I created for my other site, Maui by Photo.

Well, as my addiction to intrigue with photography has flourished in the past year, I ended up creating another Facebook page for my photography work.  Take a look at Kris Nelson Photography on Facebook if you’d like to see more of my favorite images. There are more than just Maui images there, but if you’re so inclined, feel free to become a fan and leave a note on my wall asking that Maui be shown front and center. :)

– Kris

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About Kris

Kris and his wife Cindy are avid Maui fans, and have visited the island half a dozen times since '06. Over the years, they have made many friends living on Maui or through social media, which keeps them in touch with the island until they can return again.

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2 Responses to “Sunday Photo: D.T. Fleming Beach”

  1. Leslee Says:

    This is such a lovely beach… Special meaning to me as dear hubs and I renewed our vows in 2009 (31 years) here! I love this aerail view!

    I love your website and congratulations on the birth of Christian!!!

  2. Kris Says:

    Mahalo Leslee. I have a few more DT Fleming photos over at my Maui by Photo website, and I will say, that getting the chance to see these beautiful places from a helicopter and take photos like this one was a total thrill. We were thinking of doing a Maui vow renewal ourself for our 10 year, but that’s 2 years out. You guys picked a great spot.

    I also love the fact that no matter which part of the island you’re talking about, be it a beach, a town, or a restaurant, they all have a certain special meaning to someone. So many stories out there, which is what I think makes Maui so special. And to think, one day our son will be starting to make his own memories there.

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