- We Love Our Pools
- Pool Outline Visible From Above
- Chunky But Not Funky
- Classic Blue Haven Pool Meets The Grim Reaper
- Getting ready for the end.
- Mike’s Pool Getting Filled
- Longest Rideable Pool in OC History Is Getting Buried Today
- Filing a copyright for your creative work in the USA.
- May 6, 2013 – Copyright Matters Lecture Series
- April 24, 2013 – World Intellectual Property Day
- U.S. Copyright Information Direct From The Source
- Photography & the First Amendment in the USA: Know Your Rights
- Billy skating pools and a fullpipe.
- Loveseat & Light Combo Carve
- Sick Mike @ Upland Skatepark
Nothing can erase all the good times and history that took place behind these walls.
Pool skaters get used to the fact that most if not all empty pools will someday meet their demise. Mike’s pool in the Garden Grove/Santa Ana part of Orange County is no exception. A classic ‘Tear Drop’ shaped Blue Haven with one of the roundest deep end bowls of any … Continue reading
Billy skating a couple backyard pools and the infamous metal pipes that happened a few years back here in Los Angeles, California. I surfed with Billy yesterday at his favorite spot and we caught some good ones…Until the next session!
Nothing like dropping into a massive cement half pipe with no flat bottom. Upland-California’s skatepark bowl and full pipe section is nothing to mess with. Many have met their demise within the confines of this giant downhill cement thermometer (looks like from above) with waterfalls and a hip that can … Continue reading
Extra special thanks to the Channel St extended family for keeping it legit all these years and making sure local skaters and kids have a safe environment to properly learn and ride a skateboard. The ultimate form of giving back to the community. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR KEEPING THE … Continue reading
If you are lucky enough to find and skate a pool like this, count yourself among the few. Pool skating locations this exotic are extremely rare in the conventional sense and being invited to one or finding one is like a spiritual communion of sorts because of its special nature. … Continue reading
It’s February 28th, so do something rad today. Challenge yourself to skate something gnarly or paddle out and catch some sick waves! If you are in Southern California, there is motion in the ocean and enough blue cloudless sky to spark a session just about anywhere. Get up, get out … Continue reading
Long Beach-California has more skate parks than any city in the world today. One could say they love skateboarding or at least an active engaged community around something positive. There are 7 officially recognized skateboard parks scattered around town and all cover some type of skateboarding niche. All skate parks … Continue reading
Address Andres and Maria Cardenas Skate Park 14740 Blythe St., Panorama City, CA 91402 El sereno skate park 4721 Klamath Place, Los Angeles, CA 90032 Garvanza Skate Park 6240 Meridian St., Los Angeles, CA 90042 Gilbert Lindsay Skate Park 429 East 42nd Place, Los Angeles, CA 90011 Hollenbeck Safe Spot … Continue reading
North Orange County, California: Here are a couple photos from the one session that went down before the wrecking ball came (less than 1 week after photos were taken). As far as I know I was the only person to skate this place. I remember it being a hot day. … Continue reading