I have always had a fascination with surfing and the whole lifestyle around it. I suppose it's partly because of my obsession with California, but partly also because it seems like such a fun way of life, and so totally in tune with nature. 

When we moved to a beach community in the middle of winter, I was surprised and thrilled to see that people were surfing there almost every day, even in freezing temperatures. On calm, bleak, overcast days, the ocean looks like a huge stage where the surfers, anonymized by their identical wetsuits, are performing a pantomime. Watching them in that beautiful setting was quite meditative, and I created these images to preserve and hold on to that calm, quiet feeling.

TITLE: Waiting No. 8
SIZES: 10x15, 20x30, 30x45, 40x60

Original fine art photograph printed with archival inks on white museum quality acid free cotton paper with a smooth matte finish.

The prints are unmatted and unframed (the frames in the images are for display only) and have a thin white border around the image for easy framing.

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