The last frame sneaky peak is always entertaining with a glimpse of the island, a hint of the sun and some one getting slotted.
Helmets are important, fins n rails all things that will put a dent in your head.
After a few days of no waves you always stay out for the last fragment of light when they do appear.
Perry Dane, do not drop in on this man, do not drop in on anyone.
Dane Gudauskas, a friendly man.
Tanner Gudauskas grab railing the sloppy-day-go-to-board.
Coco Ho making the most of what swell was on offer.
For every back flip Gabriel Medina lands there are 100 failed or oh so close attempts.
Flynn Novak couldn't have been too angry about the drop-in.
Last year Novak landed his Flintstone-Flip, this year has been a bit toned down at his beloved Rocky Lefts.
Jordy has arrived.
Believe it or not, Turtles seek refuge in the Waimea rocks ... when it's flat.
Flat days are good to practice your breath hold.
The bottom contours that shape Waimea when it breaks.
Small days are still fun days in Hawaii.
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Posted by outlet on the 13/12/2012 18:46
Hi. Agnes Lee here of Job Map Blog. Can we use some of your articles in our blogsite? We will credit you accordingly.
Posted by Ruchi on the 31/12/2012 10:56
Joeskateapoollooks like an amazing thing to epirexence and be involved in,Im in Colorado so I ride concrete waves. Ill go to Hawaii one year and learn and practice for a long time,get a job,smoke weed and surf,dont forget skating!