go on

Vacations are always good until you realize they are vacations and there is a reality outside of them. They always seem to put my mind in a place that I haven’t been in awhile-a happy place. In this case, it was surfing. There is something about surfing that continues to interest me. The effortless style, the smoothness you feel as you glide above the water, the taste of saltwater, but nothing is as powerful as the quietness you experience when you are sitting on top of your surfboard waiting for your next wave. Everything seems so ethereal when you are just floating by yourself. You can lower your guard. Weight begins to fall off your shoulders and you can start to see the world slightly different than before. Sadly, often times you don’t even realize the power of those moments until you leave them behind.


About zupe

fresh pow. left breaks. house music. magnatraction. cold salt water. surfing 36th to 42nd street. hockey. fixies. camping. design. architecture. two planks. starcow. kronenbourg 1664. paris. undefeated. holden. barcelona. dave's quality meat. chanel allure sport. trolli peachie-o's. flannel. formula 1. pbr. sleemans cream ale. supreme ny. fuct. jose parla. rainier. joshua trees. budweiser. cardigans. air max. kaws. eames rocker chair. ray ban. classic vans. beanies. chuck taylors. pea soup. baseball. tord boontje. newport/balboa. venice beach. carhartt. painting. el caminos. sitting around a campfire. constellations. smores. van halen: why can't this be love. woodstock.
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One Response to go on

  1. stephsoul says:

    hell, you are so damn right!

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