Thursday, March 5, 2009

Another Person's Point of View

It's always nice to see things from another person's point of view. While my intention has always been to post writing and pictures of my own, I too like looking through a different set of eyes, or a different lens in this case. Last weekend, the sun was out, the swell was small but clean, and I had a day off. I walked across the street with my flatmates and found some fun surf with only two or three surfers in the lineup. After grabbing our boards and walking back across the street, we ran into Rogan, a local surf photographer and friend of Mark. We chatted with him briefly about the surf, then headed out. A week later, he turned up at the house with a few pictures.

3 comments:

  1. Good to see you're doing well!

    P.S.
    I like your gnar-shred faces.

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  2. Wow---well, you've certainly come a long way from the likes of 15th St. or 'Y' Camp! I still remember your first board!

    Viva, Hawaii (and don't forget your leash)

    Biddy, Sr.

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  3. biddy! how are things treating you out in hawaii? I still remember that merrick too.

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