A Video Not To Be Missed by Daredevil Surfer Photographer Allan Wilson.

Via on Oct 12, 2010

Once in a while I am so stunned by a video I just need to post it immediately.  This one defies easy description, but it’s about daredevil surfer crashing wave photographer Allan Wilson and his work.  

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9 Responses to “A Video Not To Be Missed by Daredevil Surfer Photographer Allan Wilson.”

  1. Birdie Greenberg yogabird says:

    Wow. Did I see this or was this a dream? Thanks for posting this! ~ Birdie

  2. cynthia says:

    Blown away. The only way most of us will ever see such beauty, a gift. Thank you.

  3. Lynn Hasselberger Lynn Hasselberger says:

    AMAZING! Thanks for posting this, Bob :)

  4. matless wonder says:

    To live fully you go man on brutal coast keeping company of dolphins

  5. Rebecha says:

    Breath taken…. chills of passion creeping up my spine

  6. Emer says:

    Absolutely beautiful. We have this type of wave off the west of Ireland but never captured in such simplicity and beauty. Thank you for your work.

  7. Paula says:

    Think of the beautiful ways priorities would align themselves if we all lived for our passion and not for our retirement. I like the notion of priorities aligning themselves instead of us aligning them.

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