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thisiswander:

Sam Weaver
Portland, OR
Canon 5D Mk II | Fuji X-E2

Your landscape photography is fantastic, but you also shoot downhill skateboarding events. Tell us a little about the sport and why you enjoy photographing it in such scenic environments.

For the most part it is skaters riding gravity down mountainous roads. I’m endlessly inspired by the way riders use and respond to the road. Even the roads themselves are inspiring, they can be beautiful structures designed to over come the brutality of nature. Seeing riders blast down an epic, scenic road is an art form unto itself. From a photographic stand point what’s not to like? Action, leading lines and a beautiful backdrop.

Tumblr: @theskatedistrict
Instagram: @skatedistrict

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Three BEAST from the East

The village hidden in the East

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Three BEAST from the East

The village hidden in the East

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Kalani Chapman, Desert Point
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Kalani Chapman, Desert Point

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When you finish rollin the doob n spark it

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When you finish rollin the doob n spark it

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Capital STEEZ, Joey BADA$$, Buck Caution.
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35mm does amazing thingsAlso a few waves as of late

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35mm does amazing things
Also a few waves as of late

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MF DOOM

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thisiswander:

Colin Wong
San Francisco, CA
Yashica Mat 124G | Fujifilm X100

Tell us about Urban Hiking in San Francisco. Where does it take you and what sorts of places do you see?

I really enjoy hiking in general and although there are a lot of great places to hike in the Bay Area, there aren’t too many big hikes in San Francisco. Urban hiking would be the next closest thing. San Francisco is built on hills so many places require a hike to get to.

I used to wander aimlessly before/after class or work, but not much anymore. Still, San Francisco is a city full of character so you can see quite a bit within a few blocks. Things or places I tend to look out for are simple everyday things that we pass by but pay little attention to.

Tumblr: @hellocwong
Instagram: @hellocwong

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