Gone surfing’ somewhere

June 28, 2019

The surfing season with its decent swells and less summer fog is still a couple months away. However, I did photograph the Santa Cruz Longboard event on Memorial Weekend and it was great!

Last weekend, I attended a paddle-out for a young surfer girl who I have known and photographed for the last five years. It was a devastating loss for her parents and friends so full of life and only 26 years old. She appeared many times in previous postings. I will truly miss her. I will see you in the surf Sydney Rudy. Rest in peace.

Keep a leash on it, Bob

Item: I’ll put together a collection of my Santa Cruz Longboard photos in the next post.

 

Paddle-out at Avila Beach

Sydney Rudy

Sydney’s smile tells it all

About Bob Isenberg

Photographer of surfers and owner of Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch, 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit in Morro Bay, CA
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1 Response to Gone surfing’ somewhere

  1. Mark Syd's Dad says:

    Thank u Bob for coming to Sydney’s paddle out. She often talked about you & shared your great pictures with me, friends & family. She possessed & shared the most beautiful, energetic, loving light. A light that lifted, loved & smiled upon every soul that crossed her path. She is still here, all around us. Just gaze at the ocean, touch a tree, taste the air or listen to the breeze & she is there, Everywhere! May her light always shine on your life, Today, Tomorrow & Forever,
    Sydney’s Friends & Family

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