Sunday, September 29, 2013

DIAZ

I liked this photo Mark Diaz took of his wife Tone and son Lucas  that I had to devote a blog to them.The Diaz family is currently based in France.

Lucas in our backyard about 2010

Patty and I met Mark and Tone when they moved from Half Moon Bay to Fort Lauderdale before Lucas was born.


Both are pilots who were...

...based out of San Francisco airport and living in Half Moon Bay.

Indialantic 2010
Hollywood, Florida, 2011

When Mark was transferred from Florida to Oregon about 2005 he introduced me to surfing in the Northwest along with thick rubber, gloves and hood. Above is the current forecast for Oregon this week.
Marko's two favorite dudes above and below


Wednesday, September 25, 2013

AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD



last weekend with some of our neighborhood crew

Saturday was clean and fun around here !







Friday, September 20, 2013

CSNCSNY






Next month CSNY become a musical unit once again.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

CIVIL WAR ERA PHOTOGRAPHY

Malloy brothers, Jalama
Joni Sternbach takes contemporary portraits of surfers using 19th century equipment and processing. The photos are one-of-a-kind tintypes using a wet-plate collodion process made popular during the civil war era


Morro Bay


I think this is Mikey DeTemple

you are what you eat

 contrast in photography between tin types used during the 1800's and 21st century digital. 

Friday, September 6, 2013

CATCHING UP IN VENTURA



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Back in the day before surfline and leashes Wayne and I could always count on Ventura for waves. We spent many a day driving from South Bay (Hermosa Beach)up PCH looking for surf ending up at C STREET. 


 Two faces of Emma Wood.



C Street @ 10 feet
Wayne and I catching up at C STREET 45 years later.

The photo above was taken standing on the sea wall (see photo below) which is the only entrance/exit to Emma Wood State Beach.

Yours truly opening up the park.

The end of the sea wall 






Marko, Tone, Lucas and Patty 2010, Emma Wood.