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Kiteboarding 2


I stopped again today to watch the kiteboarders. Today the weather was clear and bright, and I didn’t have to keep the camera under my shirt to protect it from the spray. This guy totally rocks for strutting his stuff for my camera. If it were me, I’d’ve screamed, “What the hell are you looking at?” and sped off somewhere far beyond the reach of a 300mm lens. But not this guy. This guy is clearly much cooler than that.

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4 Responses

  1. Arnold says:

    I tried that in Hunington Beach. All I can say is
    “I sucked big time”.
    I’ll stick to kayaking…

  2. michelle says:

    question(s) for you: are you ever shy to take a picture of something/someone? were you ever? how did you overcome it? i’m too shy myself to take pictures of people i don’t know. i often wondered how photographers can get away with that. 🙂
    cool pic of the cool guy btw.

  3. Jared says:

    It was 4 degrees F (-10 with wind chill) this morning in the Boston Area. I spilled my coffee on my door as I was getting into my car and it froze by the time I picked up a napkin to wipe it off. That picture really makes me miss home on days like this.

  4. Josie says:

    Jared, I was going to talk about how it was so cold last night we slept without the aircon on, but that just pales in comparison to coffee freezing on your car. 🙂
    Michelle, I am EXTREMELY shy when it comes to photographing people, and that’s really why I have tons of photos of sunsets, flowers and my cat. As long as you’re on public property, you are within right to photograph anyone without their permission. I just try to blend in and remain inconspicuous…it helps to have a long lens. I hope someday to not be so much of a chicken. It’s a process, I guess.

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