Hurricane Season 2010

Surfline cracked off the first huricane teaser for the mass of frothing East Coast surfers. What is hurricane season without all the online media and blogs stirring the bubbling cauldron of hype? Last year should be remembered solely for Hurricane Bill. Here’s to the promised waves of epic proportions, “biggest swell the East Coast has ever seen”, closed beaches and barrels.

Kyle Kennelly escapes arrest and Sam Hammer escapes the sun.

Clay Pollioni going left as an unridden waves passes soon thereafter.

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About Ryan Struck

I am a self-taught Brooklyn based photographer. Earning a BA in History allowed me to investigate the things that have occurred in the world of which I knew nothing about. In that same spirit, photography allows me to be curious about the world and what surrounds us. I enjoy saving poignant moments through a visual medium, documenting lifestyle often fulfills this need quite nicely. I love what I do. When not at home shooting I can be found traveling in search of surf and inspiring natural lighting. My desire to capture images that help viewers imagine the instant the shutter clicked fuels my passion to combine beautiful light, people and places.
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3 Responses to Hurricane Season 2010

  1. parno says:

    ill cheers to that!

  2. DavidMac says:

    i like these diptychs you’ve been doing lately

  3. Realty USA says:

    I’m interested to know if it’s viable to borrow a paragraph of this post to use for my research project.

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