Here’s another shot right after I slipped out on the pier jump, Heath could not stop laughing at me. I was upset, but seeing someone laughing at you that much made me eventually laugh. I really wanted to redo it and we did, but then we sill used the slip out in the actual video. My memory is so bad that I don’t even remember what pier we did this at.
"That’s a first try 5-0 on a gnarly hubba that Geoff Rowley made famous a long time ago in Monrovia, California, near the foothills. It was the end of the day and we were checking out this last spot and he wanted to try and grind it but it was about to rain and it was getting super dark; you can kind of see in the background it’s real shitty. He grinded it after a few tries and we got back in the car and we’re about to leave and Leo (Romero) said he should 5-0 it and he bet him dinner that he couldn’t do it first try. He got out of the car, ran and did it first try. I didn’t even have time to set up flashes or anything. He just got back in the car and we took off.” - Anthony Acosta
I took this picture on a disposable camera at dusk in Narbonne station - I found it interesting the way the long-wavelength light from the sunset caused the left side of the picture to turn purple.
really though, Ryan Sublette has one of the best styles - slightly unorthodox yet so great at the same time.