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Old Jan 14, 2010, 4:23 PM   #1
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There is a big pro/am surfing contest going on at the pier, so I went down to take some shots of the contestants. While there, I kept looking for possible shots to meet this challenge.

This one was courtesy of a frustrated surfer who must have broken his board.
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Old Jan 14, 2010, 4:25 PM   #2
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Later I spotted this inverted water sprinkler main cover amidst cigarette butts and shrubbery.
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Although not the most artistic shots you have shown us, they do meet the challenge. That first shot seems to tell a story. You told us your interpretation of that story but maybe it is something totally different.

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Although not the most artistic shots you have shown us, they do meet the challenge. That first shot seems to tell a story. You told us your interpretation of that story but maybe it is something totally different.

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Right, turns out the surfer broke the board over the Judges head. A lousy loser...

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OK! There is something I don't understand here. All of the surfboards I have seen are made of a strong wood core with an equally strong fiberglass shell. How do you break one of those things?

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OK! There is something I don't understand here. All of the surfboards I have seen are made of a strong wood core with an equally strong fiberglass shell. How do you break one of those things?

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Very strong waves, no joking.
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