Sunday, September 23, 2007

tiny surf

...the other day the photographer took me these.. small, tiny, wrong hour, "bad tempo" shooting
why there s lack of photographers early in the morning (and when is good)?
why most do not know the "instant" that you must take the pict?..most do not understand, cause they dont surfing


Blogger Mick said...

In answer to your question:
The board is 6'6" X 19.5X 2 5/8". shaped by Wayne Lynch. It's a classic Lynch curve, round pin, moderate tail lift, and the H2's are the large ones. I like them a lot. That day there were some very fast ones and it held solid of the bottom and some nice arcs off the top. ( I also got belted more than once) They do me, I'm 53 and the good days come and go so any failings are me not the board. I've had it 3 years now.

And don't worry about the photo's. It's obvious you're pretty hot. Great stance. Just taken in between the good bits!

3:24 PM  
Blogger Mick said...

PS: Again in answer to your question I'm 79K and very heavy on the back foot.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous reverb said...

...thanks Mick,
I really like those fins
but you know, some guys trying to not modify fins...using only the average G 3 s or G 5 s in his boards
and that s an error

I asked one of the Lokbox guys (the ones that do the "originals")why they dont have different sizes, but he told me that works OK in all the fish ranges with only 1 size and with variation like the turbo fins, etc

5:20 PM  
Blogger :..[_ Eva _]..: said...


buenas fotos =}

uno de estos dias dehare algo algo mas elaborado.

12:18 PM  
Blogger el-warren said...

yo calculo que los fotógrafos que sacan buenas fotos de surf ya trabajan en revistas especializadas

1:02 PM  
Anonymous reverb said...

...thanx Eva

estos son fotógrafos de páginas de surf y algunos le venden a las revistas..

today was good and I didnt see any photog in the beach..

2:19 PM  
Anonymous Patch said...

Que estilo.

7:25 PM  

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