Surf photography isn’t my career it’s a passion… I traveled to Hawaii for the last 3 months on my own expense to capture images that inspired me. I’m so thankful I have a life that allows me such an epic adventure but more then that… I’m thankful for the people that encourage me everyday. I really appreciate all the likes, Comments, Questions I got these last few months and I’ll miss being able to deliver the amount of content I had time to produce.
I live for my winters, it’s my time to frivolously live without limitations. I work on the road for 6-10 months a year straight managing Mobile Marketing Tours around the country. I’m thankful for a job that will be starting in a few weeks but I sad to admit that I will only be on the coast for a few weeks in the next 6 month. A crushing blow for anyone that loves the ocean as much as I do.
I only explain this because I never had so many people tell me what I was doing inspire them, that my photos gave their day just a little more excitement. There are people out there that have read everything I wrote and looked at every photo I’ve posted for the last 90 days. People that don’t even surf or live near a coast or even know me…
I don’t want to let you down and I won’t… I don’t want to lose sight of that “Dare to be Great” adventure I got to live the last few months. The content might be a little different and a little more DRY but I’ll never stop looking for those moments in live worth capturing.
Daniel William Fryer “The Surfing Photog”
This entry was posted on February 6, 2012 by the surfing photog. It was filed under Business, Exploration, fun, hawaii, SURF, surfing .
Nooooooo you can’t leave Daniel! Since I discovered your site it has been my weekly go to place when I am late at work on a dank, dark British night. How will I cope without these crystal waters?
February 10, 2012 at 6:36 am
Trust me Ian, I have a bunch of photos to add in the next few weeks. I took close to 50,000 photos this winter and only posted 400. I haven’t even started to go thru and reedit. Yeah a lot of them are blurry water droplets but I screw with them in photoshop and call it art hahaha. Thanks for following, I promise I post some choice nuggets soon.
February 15, 2012 at 7:18 pm