I’ve been looking for one of these for quite some time. Tree wallies are hard to come by. Luckily, the streets of Whittier are full of uprooted concrete fixtures, and this one perfectly led up to this tree.
A fun shot from the other night. I’ve shot here once before and knew I wanted to take a different approach to it. What most people don’t know is that I climbed onto the roof of a building to shoot this photo. It was slightly sketchy but in retrospect I’m glad I did.
I found this spot at my college sometime last year. I knew it was do-able and had a few people in mind to huck. Japher Pastrana was the first the ollie it, soon after Daniel Iyotte ollie’d it was well. Yesterday Jesse became the first to throw a trick down this behemoth.
Ducky and I were out in Redondo Beach to meet up with his family for lunch. As typical skaters we kept our eyes out for spots and somehow stumbled upon this 10 rail which unfortunately had skate stoppers. Ducky looked at it and had no problem hopping on a Front Lip. Skate stoppers fear the Duck!!!!
I’ve been dying to get a photo on a truck of some sort. Last night I had that opportunity and made it happen. After lurking around the ice cream distribution center, Ryan and I saw our chance. We waxed up the back bumper and Ryan casually hopped on this front fifty.
This is the Speedlight I will be purchasing for my Nikon D3100 in a couple of days from now. I really need this piece of photography equipment so I can be able to take really good night/low-light shots of people, cars, objects, etc.
Lurk Hard used this photo for Ducky’s welcome to the team, and I’m super hyped on it. Big thanks to those dudes. This thing is pretty gnarly. Ducky never ceases to amaze me with how easily he skates heavy stuff like this.
I’m really stoked on this one. After getting the boot from 3 spots prior we ended up at this good ol’ fire hydrant. Ricky went for the Natas Spin but only got a way with a Front Board stall. Still hyped nonetheless.
So as I was setting up my flashes the owner of the house on the left was pulling out of the alleyway. While Jake was looking at the gap, the guy shouted out for him to Ollie it, claiming that he’s only seen two people land it. Jake didn’t hesitate to charge this thing full speed. Needless to say everyone was quite hyped.