I am starting my week by participating in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue — a blogging experiment from The Daily Post at WordPress.com.
If I had to file every single photograph I own under colors, the top 2 colors would be green and blue. The green file would contain lush green Philippine scenery and nature photos. A close second would be a “blue” photograph file. The color blue for me, aside from the blue sky, means the ocean.
Santa Cruz, near where we live, recently received international recognition as a World Surfing Reserve. Santa Cruz joins just 3 other spots in the world — Malibu, California, Manly Beach in Australia and Ericeira in Portugal — for this exclusive list. Read more from The Blog Aquatic, here.
This surfing news and the color blue challenge reminded me of these photos I took of my grandchildren Jun and Gabriel watching surfers — including their mommy taking surfing lessons — at a beach in Pacifica (close to San Francisco in northern California).
After a good hour of this, then 3-year-old Gabriel, decided that a waterlogged driftwood would make a nice practice “surfboard”.
What do you think? He looks like a natural to me, but that is just a lola (grandmother) talking…