20 thoughts on “Surf’s Up

    • Hi Tiffany. You were a surfer girl? That guy was getting pummeled by the waves more than surfing them.

  1. If I knew you were heading to SD, I would’ve pointed you and Laurie to a couple of hole-in-the-wall restaurants near Coronado. Both look a little shabby on the outside, but inside very nice. Good food too.

    I did read Laurie’s abstract; hope her presentation went well. Also read Laurie’s bio. You married quite well. 🙂

    • Hi David. We mostly ate food we took with us. We did manage to go to art opening at the San Diego Art Institute where fellow blogger and Artist, Tiffany Arp-Daleo, had a painting on display. We had a very nice meal at a bar and grill across the plaza from the Art Institute. We had a very nice nighttime walk through Little Italy, also.

    • Hi Resa. California is another planet to me as well. We don’t have large bodies of water near by. But we do get a lot of sunshine.

  2. That’s a beautiful scene, we would love to have those big waves in the Atlantic , the only time we can expect surfing waves is if a hurricane is coming! Wonderful photography Tim!

    • Thanks, Holly. A hurricane would add some excitement to surfing, I’m sure. Larger waves must be a west coast thing. I remember there were good size waves off the west coast of Spain.

      • Unfortunately I haven’t been able to get to Spain but there are amazing waves in California waters , it’s very rough in some places. I’m not a surfer and have resisted letting my son head out to Hawaii to take up that sport. Do you surf Tim? I’ve always been a little bit afraid of the sea though I’ve lived near the ocean all my life. Wonderful post Tim. I really enjoyed it as always.

      • I don’t surf. I’m a desert boy. I don’t like swimming in large bodies of water.

    • Not as gnarly as the 65 foot waves off of Portugal that surfers are trying to set records surfing. Thanks, Teri.

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