Every year since my 40th birthday I try to get a few skate photos together as a way to motivate myself.
Predominantly street suff, it is always satisfying to ride what was not intended to be skateboarded on.
I have my birthday as the deadline. The aim is to push myself and get something I am not too embarrassed about. It is like an annual time lapse as I turn into Patrick Stewart, but less fabulous.
So, behold, bask in my mediocrity! Is what it is. This is where I’m at.
Thanks as always for Duncan Ewington for shooting the great photographs and sprinkling glitter on this turd!
Threading the needle into a steep slappy. Ewington photograph
Frontside wallride. Ewington photograph
The warm up slappy made a cool image! Ewington photograph
NYE wallie. There is a general theme emerging of just bashing into stuff really. Tom Peden photograph
Beanplant on some 1970’s New Zealand crust. Tom Peden photograph
Backside tail slide. Ewington photograph
Wallie 50-50. Ewington photograph
Ball tampering. Ewington photograph
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