I'm pretty sure anyone who is plugged into the blogging world so far as to have stumbled across my little space of the web, would already know about this one. But nevertheless this is the first blog I ever came across that really blew me away and I've been checking it weekly ever since. Absolutely love it!
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Couple of shots from last year in Sumatra. Conditions are ideal, water temperature averaging 75 degrees, the air temperature, 75 degrees. Heres Tommy Carroll getting a nice ride, Johno doing the ultimate thing in surfing getting fully covered up by the wave and Perth Standlick showing hes got it wired with some really hot angles.
Since as long ago as i can remember i have been going to visit my grandparents at their awesome house at 121 Chetwynd road. Always decorated with different artworks, plates and clever writings taken from different parts of the world and Australia, or made in house by my talented Nana and Pop. They have recently had to move to Brisbane due to the health troubles that growing older unfortunately brings. It saddens me knowing that my days of visiting them in this happy house are now over, but I am very stoked to have gotten a few pictures of this amazing couple at home, still so in love after so many years.
Thomas Stockwell recently made the pilgrimage back to the town his ancestors once discovered and settled back in 1572. Obviously he was thrilled by the experience...
Once upon a time the majority of men sported some form of glorious fur on their face. It was what society expected and was considered masculine and beautiful. For some reason this is not the case anymore with many people expressing a strong distaste towards the beard and moustache. In my opinion facial hair is awesome! Beards and moustaches always impress me and will always be stylish, not just in November. Here are a couple of handsome European men sporting some excellent examples of facial hair.