In contrast to previous posts, which perhaps two or three people reading this will know to exist, this one will be no more than a collection of images; and second-class images at that. No tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, no grammatical complexities, and few links to other distracting nonsense. These photos are left over from our cross-country trip, as was published in Skidmark Skate Mag in the current issue. There are still a few left, so go get one if you wanna see the good stuff! Due to having 9 dudes squeezed into 2 cars; plus camping gear, fishing rods, skating gear, photo and video gear and other assorted hoopla, I decided to pack light right form the get-go and simplified my photo setup as much as I reasonably could. Simplicity is liberating, but damn, I would have loved to have a 4x5 handy. This trip was amazing. It was everything I could have asked for, and I know we'll all remember it for a lifetime.
Enough chit-chat. In loosely chronological order, here are the #CrossCountryGravy leftover photos.
Setting out for the road. Poor Hennesey.
A canadian tuxedo in the wild, properly admired
second angle of Preston's overcrook in Fresno
Herra sustainable power
I guess nobody told Auby there's a ledge here
Matty gave up skating in favor of traditional Russian dance
Jason, ignoring the fundamentals
Tony fully locked into a front tail
Lee Goldberg, bs tailslide bs flip
Spotted a moses in the wild
White tank state park in AZ
A bonfire shortly after we broke into the park a day earlier than they open
always ready for the cold gravy
Big daddy and some petroglyphs
Young explorer out here
i wonder who would win
everyone's favorite couple-a folks
Jro - lipslide in PHoenix
Aaron charging full speed ahead around the light.
Tent city and backyard showers. Livin the dream.
Tony, back feeble
The sun was getting to us. Daddy hidden away in the shade
Doubles at the wedge rails
Hey, we're out here trying to get clips. None of this softie fun crap allowed!
So much for getting clips...
No thanks, I'd rather shoot a photo
Somebody's ready to give up...
I guess he couldn't believe his eyes
New mexico, home of the weinermobile
Lee, tre flip, tony v heel in albuquerque
The town with one stop light
Dan's aunt and the whole crew, save myself
Tony, crailslide in Birmingham
This place - the upsidedown plaza in birmingham stays open till 6am. As a bar should.
THis place had an amazing spot, but we got booted immediately
late-night shenanigans in the making
Jro, switch crook. I blew it pretty good on this one.
Jason, having shot the first roll of film through his new 35mm camera. Real men shoot film.
Tony can fish anything... Moments before my face got smashed by the other car.
and lastly, matt lane in providence. 1st try, in a line, before noon, in the winter. And it's throwaway. Sure.