Recently I dug up some old photos. The surfing is a bit dated but it is kind of interesting to see what surfing in the 1980’s to the mid-1990’s was all about.
Late evening with a not so common winter south swell at Second Light. I was on my 5’6″ winged keel hull.
Same session a bit later. Waves still running off and I was staying small to ride the little barrels.
After watching Gary Elkerton in The Performers and Surf into Summer…I became obsessed with the old “Larry Layback”.
My favorite way to burn off speed back in the day.
One of the only surf photos I have ever taken of someone else. Tom Carrol I guess is a good subject to start with.
Trying to be a bit dramatic in the shorebreak.
Squeezing in a turn on a small wave.
I have often said that you should always surf in a three foot square close to the breaking part of the wave.
Practicing what I preach in Cocoa Beach!
With that…post #100 has been reached!