Pierle + Blum Photography
O'AHU, HAWAI'I PHOTOGRAPHERS

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BASED ON WINDWARD O'AHU, HAWAI'ISERVING O'AHU AND OTHER HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

PIERLE + BLUM PHOTOGRAPHY

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Copyright © Ruth Blum. All rights reserved.

Landscape photography is my first love. There's nothing better than striking out on an adventure to capture the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors. I love finding views and vantages few get to see and creating beautiful imagery that captures how I feel when I go there. In Hawaii, I often judge how special a place in by how few other people are there. If I am the only person witnessing a sunrise somewhere, I know I'm doing something right. In the iPhone age, landscape photography has taken a bit of damage because everyone has a camera in their pocket at all times. They think, "if I were standing where he was, I could've taken that picture." Ya, well -- you didn't and it took me 15 different sunrises to capture those clouds just like that. Whether it's a Hawaiian sunset, or a Glacier National Park sunrise, as long as I'm out in nature witnessing and recording the beauty of the world, I'm a happy guy.  I hope you enjoy my landscape work -- my blood and sweat are in these images.   

"Walk with me"

Landscape

-- Ranger Doug Follet, Glacier National Park
Walk with me, see the goats, on the mountainside in their new, white coats, standing bright against the sky, looking down on you and I.

Walk with me where eagles fly, and tumble wildly through the sky, giving truth to ancient words that sometimes love is for the birds.

Walk with me where the sentries whistle, warns the world of a deadly missile. Not on two legs nor on four, but from the sky with a sudden roar, that takes a life in a single breath, and is gone again on wings of death.

Come with me where grizzlies roam and see the places they call home. Alpine meadows, flower filled, hanging valleys, glacier chilled. Lords of everything they see—the world around, and you and me.

Walk with me when North Winds blow, and whisper of the coming snow. Tossing golden leaves on high as summer bids a sad goodbye. These and other things you’ll see, if you will come and walk with me.