A mixed plate adventure...
That's your kid??? I'd be crapping myself if I was watching my child do that...
Oh, Great shot.
You have no idea what that kid puts me through. That wave is small compared to some that have made me age a lifetime. Some day I'll put up a pic of him riding his dirt bike.
You know, if you want people to stick around, you might want to quit putting up pictures like this that make people (eh,hm...me) jealous. Just kidding. I like to live vicariously through your pictures. They're gorgeous.
he sounds like my nephews TheMechanic and Constable SoccerMom...they have given their mother fits over the years...the worst was when they were on the High School Drag Racing Team...she'd go to the meets, but she really hated itand Constable SoccerMom does not discuss work around her...they both know it's better that way...
Amazing photo. I'm with my sis - could not watch that sort of action. I have trouble watching my kid on a skateboard.
omg, that is the COOLEST PIC!!! I'm off to see more!! (I am SO coming for a visit!!)
Nice, nice shot. Surfing AND cliff-diving, heh. Happy Friday! Have a great weekend.
That is amazing! And a gorgeous photo! Now I don't know how you can let him do that as a mom, I would be a nervous wreck the whole time. But I'm awed by the fact that you do.
You all would be amazed at how much bigger the waves can get.
My kids too! I love watching them though. I have a huge surfing family
cowabunga, dude (glad you got a shot of him... since you're usually out there with him on your boogie board).
What a beautiful picture - you must be so proud/scared! The pilot would move to Hawaii in a heartbeat ... remember watching guys out on the Banzai pipeline (sp?). Awe inspiring to one who never made it past basic surfing.
Nothing more to say than WOW!!Jayjay
KLBrown - This spot is about 1/2 mile from pipeline
Love it!! How awesome to embrace such beauty and fun!Enjoy your day SITSter!
perfection! i close my eyes and imagine myself there!....and with talent...
What a gorgeous shot! Looks like fun! And that's your son??? Wow.
Wow what an awesome photo! And kid, I'm guessing.
That is an awesome shot.Kinda reminds me of back in the day when I used to do some paddling past the break. When surf boards were like 12 feet long.
Hey there. I found you through Pam McEwen. I went to high school on the windward side of the island. Boy does this shot take me back in time. I never surfed, but I did love my skim board.
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