22
Jan
12

Burfield Bonfire

Back to the Burfield Booter, this time we brought pallets…

Stalefish

Justin Turner (above/below)

Melon

BS 180 indy

Beau Emanuel (above/below)

Shifty


Method

Jacob Ortiz (above/below)

FS 180 method

Tom Leckie – 360

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1 Response to “Burfield Bonfire”


  1. January 23, 2012 at 4:03 am

    The one with the twigs looks out of place but I am diggin these shots!


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