Posts Tagged ‘surfers’

5 iconic surf images from the archive

and this image was the result of a set of about a dozen waves all at once.


A thought for our surfing friends in Japan.

…but the reality now is that the whole area is looking to be polluted more than twice as much as Chernobyl


My slide show, simply titled Beach

I built some slide shows some time ago and thought it was about time that I shared some here on this site. This show is simply entitled “Beach” and as you might expect, the subject matter is beach related. Music is provided by Aussie maestro; Red Whyte. You can check him out by pressing here: […]


4th of July at a leisurely north shore pace

Hi all this is actually now the 5th of July, but I thought I would post something about how the 4th of July looked from this little corner of the world, out here on the north shore of Oahu in Hawaii, out in the middle of the Pacific. I actually started my day off very […]


Silhouettes are cool!

I’ve long loved to dabble with light and break the basic rules of photography and stuff. The magazines would always say back in the day that you had to shoot only front lit images and I would be thinking, but I like it backlit, so that the people are just black figures against usually cool […]


The trusty steed of 2006

Pro surfers are a resourceful bunch of guys. Often traveling on the sniff of an oil rag. These guys have to make what sometimes looks impossible possible. I give you this instance. It was March 2006. There was myself, Mark Healey, Jamie Sterling, the Long Bros and Andrew Kopjack along to film. That made 6 […]