14 July 2011

The Art for Which I Suffer

Photo by Ken Samuels


At 7/14/11, 6:02 AM, Blogger P.O.P. Surfer said...

I wish I had a "staff photographer"
Nice shot..

At 7/14/11, 6:12 AM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Right? I've now decided I am the most photographed black surfer/waterwoman in history!! (Yes, I'm serious.)

At 7/14/11, 10:44 AM, Blogger Josh Aggars said...

Seriously good shot! Are you puffing out your cheeks there? Stoke!

At 7/14/11, 11:32 AM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Josh, I was probably laughing. I'm always laughing when I ride my mat!

At 7/14/11, 4:14 PM, Blogger LESider said...

you look like your reeeaallllyyyyyy suffering!!

At 7/15/11, 12:58 AM, Anonymous Tremor said...

Going left? Sacrilege!

Seriously, though - beautiful shot, Ken! And a beautiful ride, Mary!

At 7/15/11, 3:18 PM, Anonymous myron said...

When I saw your posts a while back about mat riding I wasn't sure what to think. I hadn't seen anyone ride a mat since I was a kid and they used to rent them at redondo beach. Saw mat riders for the first time on Sunday and Monday both at sunset cliffs, Monday was a gal with a go pro camera mounted on a helmet. had some size and she was ear to ear grin's. good fun

Started reading your blog last year worrying about my own surf future going into knee replacement. You made me worry less Thanks.
( I've surfed more in the last 7 months than I did in the last 12 years prior to surgery combined)

At 7/15/11, 4:27 PM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Aw, Myron. You make me smile. I'm heartened to think that surfers in need of knee replacement can worry a little less because my blog followed me through the entire journey—from surfing in pain to getting the knee replaced to surfing again. I'm glad to hear you and your knee are doing quite well.

Now get yourself a mat, man!!


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