Sunset Sesh

Tully Rohrer

October 18th, 2007

The waves were not big that day, nay. But what they lacked in size they made up for in character. We had a great time playing on the waves, regardless of the size, and Peter was taking full advantage of them to explore his penchant for old-school longboard poses. He surfed almost until it was dark that evening, followed by quesadillas over a campfire… not a bad life.


Radiohead - 15 Step

Alright, well, you’d have to lack all taste in music if you haven’t yet downloaded the new Radiohead album, but as Radiohead is my favorite band of all time and single-handedly changed the way I listened to music with The Bends and OK Computer, I would be lying if I said that this isn’t the biggest music news of the year. 15 Step begins with electronic drums presented in 5/4 meter, which quickly give way to Phil Selway’s always incredible handiwork. As the song unfolds, so does all that is right with Radiohead and their undeniable place at the top of the musical hierarchy. But I’m not biased or anything.

I like how you captured his leaning. That’s pretty awesome. The colors are wonderful.

dawnOctober 18th, 2007

great- this gets me so pumped for my upcoming saturday session at the beach. cant wait. also, nice choice on the song, 15 step is (currently) the best song on there, i think. MORE SURFING SHOTS!

vic — October 18th, 2007

wow, nice shot t. I really like how the horizon is blurry but the wave is crisp. also I really like the word crisp.

Becky — October 18th, 2007

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