In this particular case, I had the huge honor of having the PWA official photographer John Carter think that I was going to do something worth it on that little ramp in front of me, raise his camera from and water and aim at me.
I was quite happy already that he did that. But he was also nice enough to send me the shot.
It's a small aerial, but at my level everything counts!
Thanks a lot John!
And then I also found out that James Flynn took the same shot from land. Thanks James too!
Here's the shots I took instead in the break between sessions.
|love this shot: Browsinho one hand goiter|
|another master photographer gets ready to shoot: Darrel Wong is a legend|
|Jesse Brown vertical goiter|
|two generations side by side: Kai and Robby|
|Nik Baker's adjustable outhaul. I did a little interview with him, but it came out weird. I'll see if I can snag that thing from him before he leaves... it makes SOOOO much sense!|
|last time Boujmaa was helped by the same lifeguard, he was unconscious. So I guess a foot injury, as bad as it can be (no official news yet), can always be worse. I'm really sorry for him, and I wish him the best luck|
|Despite a vague resemblance with the above mentioned Nick Baker, this guy is clearly not a windsurfer... nor a surfer.|
|it's kinda funny to see the name of the country I was born in on a shirt... specially considering how low of an opinion I have of it|
|Jesse was on fire|
|One for the ladies|
My friend Maya created this wind related sculpture and is looking for support.