Monochrome Madness 2-11

This is one from my archives for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness challenge this week.
This photo was taken almost a year ago now when we took our holiday south to Sydney.
After walking along Bondi Beach and the boardwalk there we found a skate bowl that was getting some serious action.
This little fellow was really putting on a show against people two and three times his age.
Tiny BoarderHe certainly entertained us for a while. 🙂

23 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness 2-11

  1. Isn’t it absolutely amazing how talented these kids are? The balance and speed just blow me away. Awesome pic Suz – to get that he must have been perpendicular to the ground going up a half pipe – very nice timing with the picture and you must have used a high speed to catch a still of him going that fast.

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        1. Oh dear. You know a couple of days ago, I knelt to take a photo of a magpie and when I got up realised that I had been kneeling in bird poo…. As you said. The things we do. lol

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  2. Skateboard stunt riding is very tough. Have had all my kids try their hands at skateboarding at one point or another. Staying upright was a challenge in itself. I imagine something like this would take many hours of practice, with lots of falls in the process. Admire those children who stick with it and do not give up.
    You captured a great picture Suzanne. 🙂

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    1. I have enough trouble with bicycles Carl, so I’ve never tried my hand at the skateboard (well except for the time I tried standing on one on flat ground and that didn’t go too well). I think what these kids can do is amazing and he was certainly entertaining to watch.

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