Windwing
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surfandbefree:

http://surfandbefree.tumblr.com
Stephanie Schecter…."I was out for a paddle with my little point and shoot water camera one flat afternoon a couple of weeks ago, and this lil gal decided to come say hello! I knew she must have been unwell, because she was quite a young pup to be away from her mother. Some people saw us and paddled over, but she barked at them and nuzzled into me, clearly frightened… But at least I got them to take this picture! Legend I went in I convinced her to jump off the board, and I called the rescue hotline. Twenty minutes later they let me know that they found and rescued her, and soon will return her to the wild. They explained that she had been abandoned by her mother and was starving!"
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rivur:

spiritualjournies:

calebbabcock:

Bed views the last 2 mornings.

i don’t think i’ve ever been so jealous of anything in my life.

same omg
rivur:

spiritualjournies:

calebbabcock:

Bed views the last 2 mornings.

i don’t think i’ve ever been so jealous of anything in my life.

same omg
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theclassyissue:

Damn!
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surfing-the-salt-life:

“Who needs dry clothes when you’ll just be getting barreled all day in your wetsuit?” Photo: McInnis
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syntheticpubes:

by Laina Briedis
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mymodernmet:

In response to a challenge issued by Visit California in 2013, professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist came up with the idea of a skateboard ramp that floats gracefully on the waters of Lake Tahoe. Creatives Jerry Blohm and Jeff King designed the structure, facing many challenges such as leakage, weight, construction, and material.
mymodernmet:

In response to a challenge issued by Visit California in 2013, professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist came up with the idea of a skateboard ramp that floats gracefully on the waters of Lake Tahoe. Creatives Jerry Blohm and Jeff King designed the structure, facing many challenges such as leakage, weight, construction, and material.
mymodernmet:

In response to a challenge issued by Visit California in 2013, professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist came up with the idea of a skateboard ramp that floats gracefully on the waters of Lake Tahoe. Creatives Jerry Blohm and Jeff King designed the structure, facing many challenges such as leakage, weight, construction, and material.
mymodernmet:

In response to a challenge issued by Visit California in 2013, professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist came up with the idea of a skateboard ramp that floats gracefully on the waters of Lake Tahoe. Creatives Jerry Blohm and Jeff King designed the structure, facing many challenges such as leakage, weight, construction, and material.
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idratherbeinthewoods:

slunny:

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