Continuing the bridal theme - "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue"
Today I'm borrowing a few old film shots from my first blog, Brine Time (all 793 posts are still able to be viewed).
GfG at Granite riding the ancient Joe Larkin pig mal with no leggie. It was old even in 1984 and weighed a ton - an epic to carry around all of those points. Didn’t used to see many mals in those days. A couple of guys from the Alex Headland crew, but that was it. The Larkin is awaiting restoration.
GfG at Granite. Probably same session as the other shot. We’d backpack around to the outcrop overlooking the furtherst cove. Surf. Shoot. Come in and scoff down a Mars Bar and a Coke and go out again, eventually returning for a massive pancake and maple syrup lunch and game of Space Invaders (20cents in the slot machine) at the little shop at the entrance to the National Park called The Noosa Wave.
The second shot above is one of the ones that accompanied a story I wrote about Noosa that was published in the Switchfoot II book.