lördag 30 maj 2009

The Storm

Byron Bay, Australia.
Thursday morning the 21 of May our street started to fill up, the wind came from the south with full storm force. The rain was intense all day and all the beaches was closed, chances to score ridable waves wasn't going happen. Wategos beach was sealed off and just a massive white water pool.So much water moving washed the whole Belongil beach out to sea. The wreck. Tallow beach mid day, the ocean was eating so much sand that trees was washed out to sea. The surf report said 15 ft+ swell on the south facing beaches.By night our whole street was flooded. A flooded letterbox bar by night, Daniel trying to escape the cold water. Friday morning after the storm had passed and the sun was shining again.
Dryden street.The ocean was brown after all the rain water, Belongil beach had a massive 8ft+ swell, no surf today either.

All the beaches in the area has completely been washed out to sea.

Today over a week after the storm the water is long gone but so the sand.
It rained more than 100 mm that that Thursday, by night our street was flooded up to the door step. This reminds us that we are not in charge, we have nothing to say when nature play.

torsdag 14 maj 2009

The best things in life aren't things ll

Fallskärms certifikat nästa...

Dan kommer in för landning.

torsdag 7 maj 2009

The best things in life aren't things

Till er som aldrig har hoppat fallskärm kan jag bara säga en sak, gör det! Det här var mitt andra hopp och jag vet att det kommer bli fler...
Dan en av våra bättre vänner här i Byron har över 600 hopp bakom sig och filmade Daniels tandem hopp.

Skönt att vara lite sådär lagom nervös, längtan att slänga sig ur ett flygplan 14 000 ft över havet är snart över. Mer bilder kommer snart.

söndag 3 maj 2009

This time I am writing in English, this time I want to thank one of my best friends for opening my eyes in the creative way of photography. Thanks Rhys!