Fun Oceans across the Pacific, took a couple of snaps between the children’s activities. This is the adult pool, which was later emptied after this shot, but the kids had a great time ‘wave riding’, in the pool behind. It did result in three stitches in my sixteen year olds finger, and i am so glad the ship agreed to re-imburse the doctors fee for the procedure. I would of loved access to the front of the ship for some shots.
This has been a little project that I started with the children when on holidays.It describes summer stuff, and will complete a little family book Ive been working on. I think the backdrop still needs some work. I’ll see how time goes, now that I’m back on the study track. The kids are straight out of the pool, but I think I’ll try shooting earlier in the day next time too. Can’t believe how sore my fingers are from drawing.
The surf school at Mollymook was great fun, I really felt alive. I had a double take on reality when I got dumped and it felt like my spine went into my brain, but well worth the wake up. The coach and owner of the school is the famous Pam Burridge, a very nice woman who made me feel really safe, which helped my confidence. After the school she did this amazing head stand , three times, while I ran for my camera. This must of been the last wave on the set, cause where I was surfing it was big, I’m telling you.