1. Hawaii


    from Moore Visions Added

    This footage was brought to Moore Visions from micro SD card. They filmed and took the trip but wanted to let someone else handle the editing. If you have video sitting around and want it edited, feel free to let us know! Video was filmed entirely by hand with a GoPro.

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    • C&R Bluefin Trevally Papio @ Waimea Bay!


      from Scuba Chris Added 6 0 0

      On 9/17/15 after the Tsunami Surge passed through Hawaii.

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      • Amazing Hawaii 2015 GoPro


        from michael burtscher Added 428 3 0

        Theres sooo much i wanna write about my 1st time in Hawaii but its best if you just watch the video! I met great people, made new friends and i felt at home from the moment my fiancée showed me around. Got so much love for this island and the new people i got to know, never felt more alive and appreciative of the things mother nature has to offer! And also a big shoutout to Eric Streman for the drone shots and for taking me to the caves, it was dope! (Follow him on instagram @ericsterman for awesome drone videos) Just wanna share the stoke and good vibes with this video. (follow me on instagram @gopro_burtscher)

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        • Waimea Bay


          from michael burtscher Added 22 0 0

          This must be one of my fave beaches which i visited on oahu,...and the famous waimea bay rock makes it so much more fun. Follow me on instagram @gopro_burtscher

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          • Sunday Sunday: Kayakamping and Sharks


            from Aaron E Added 514 1 2

            Growing up my friends and I would frequent this little rock island. It was the best playground. I am so stoked to get to enjoy this place with my son now. What made this extra special is while we kayaked out, I joking said, "Maybe we will see a shark." And we actually did. It swam right below us and I had the GoPro filming it. Gear: Sony a7s Sony 35mm f/1.4 GoPro Hero 3+ Music: From Bethel Music's album "Without Words"

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            • H2o Ninja Mask


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              • Hawaii Polo Life covers the 37th Annual Da Hui Paddle Race on the North Shore of Oahu


                from Hawaiipololife Added 499 0 0

                The 37th annual Da Hui Paddle Race is one of the biggest paddleboard races in the world. Starting at Turtle Bay, competitors paddle for 7 miles, racing to the finish line at Waimea Bay. See the panoramic beauty and action in this epic race as well as the friendly aloha spirit Hawaii is known for.

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                • The Secret to Happiness


                  from Shawn Lopes Added 166 0 0

                  The famous Rock at Waimea Bay Beach Park is a North Shore landmark, drawing countless thrillseeking locals and visitors, both young and young at heart, to its peak. Some are seasoned divers, others first time adventurers. Here, smiles and laughter abound, year 'round.

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                    from Alana Spencer Added 868 5 1

                    On April 27, 2013 Kyle and I were married on the North Shore of Oahu. We exchanged vows on the edge of the Pacific in my backyard; the same spot my parents we married over 25 years ago. At the time we were living in Southern California, though we knew there would be nothing more fitting than to return home and be married with all of our closest family and friends surrounding us on this amazing day. We're so thankful for everyone involved in pulling this off, and to everyone who traveled over oceans to be with us. It truly is our favorite day to date. x Alana Spencer @coconutcomradery

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                    • Waimea Bay Cliff Jumping


                      from Christian Howard Added 110 1 0

                      One favorite places in the world, Waimea Bay on the North Shore has great views, surf, snorkel, and of course cliff jumping. Waimea Bay was an influential surf spot during the dawn of big wave surfing in the 1950’s. Adventurous surfers began to challenge the powerful winter waves of Waimea (as well as Makaha Beach on the west side) giving birth to the big wave-riding phenomenon. Waimea Bay is also home to the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau surf competition. Honoring legendary Hawaiian waterman Eddie Aikau, this special contest only happens during massive swells when “The Bay calls the day.” The sport’s elite surfers are called between December and February to surf Waimea when the waves are at a minimum of 20-feet high (30-foot face heights). In the last 24 years, the call for this epic competition has only been made eight times. Captain Charles Clerke aboard HMS Resolution stopped at Waimea Bay on February 28, 1779. Clerke had shortly before taken command of the ship after Capt. James Cook was killed at Kealakekua Bay on February 14. Waimea Bay was the only O'ahu anchorage visited by the expedition. Waimea Valley was densely populated at the time, and the remains of Pu'u o Mahuka, an important heiau (Hawaiian temple) can still be seen above the bay.

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