Weather here on the north shore has been so ordinary this season. Just storm after storm. Worst season in 20 years, I'm calling. We still get killer sunsets though like this one at Sunset beach. #sunset_beach#northshore#palmtrees
For all of you out there, who love my photography art, I send you this valentine for making it possible for me to live via my art. I appreciate you all. Happy Valentines Day! #valentinesday2017
From that eye opening 1st shoot down at Shipsterns Bluff in Tasmania back in 2001, this is Drew Courtney. He was quoted as saying "I had no idea, that wave was so massive at the time. This shoot was such an eye opener. It pretty much stated the movement to surf all the crazy outer reefs, all round Australia.
I like all kinds of waves. To me, it's the more unusual, less typical waves that I seek. I wasn't even seeking this wave. It came to me out of the blue, as many of my best wave images often do. I'll send another three of my very own hand printed and signed 8x10 inch prints to the person who sends the title that is chosen for this picture. Good luck everyone.
Apparently It's Kelly's 45th birthday today. I took this one of him claiming his 6th world title in 1998 at Pipe. There I was thinking at the time that I had photographed him at the pinnacle of his career at that time thinking no ones ever gonna win more than 6 world titles. How wrong, I was. He retired, came back in 2002 and has since added a further 5 titles to his collection. Kelly's giving it one last shot this year. I hope he makes that even dozen. I feel privileged to have been able to witnessed his career. Hoppy bird day to you Kelly.
Another weird and wonderful, watery creation from my Canon 5D mkIV. This one's worthy of a cool title. Reply with your name for this pic and you could take home 3 of my hand printed and signed 8x10's on Epson's cool premium papers, worth over a hundred dollars. I'll pick one in a couple of days. Good luck!