The B Side

I try to live by the rule that “Less is more.”
When I put together blog posts I’ll always leave a couple photos out. Sometimes I don’t think they are good enough, maybe they didn’t fit in with a theme, or I’ll just flat-out forget about them. I get distracted pretty easily, it’s a flaw of mine I’ll more than likely live with forever. But when I feel that a photo of mine can’t stand alone, I don’t bother to show anyone… Until now. I was cruising though my hard drive the other day and found a bunch of shots that I had neglected to post in the past. Some are new and some are old, but they are all the ‘B’ shots from behind the scenes in the making of Kooks 3.

Offshore all day at Cox Bay

Chance McCullough (above & below)

The view from our campsite

Micheal Darling (above & below)

One of my favourite days shooting this winter

Daz Collins pulling into tiny little barrels all day (above & below)

Chris Hiesterman, getting skunked…

Kieran Campbell

Braam Klopper

The inside…

Wish we had more days like this.

Issac Raddysh

Kyle Crepnjek

Dying swell

Walking on eggshells whenever I come here

Frazer Mayor (above & below)

Simon Bauer (above & below)

Sepp Bruhwiler


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