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A life time of creating. 

A Collection to MN.

Its not all that often that I get to send out a collection of my work to places like MN. But this last month I got the opportunity to do so! 

Here is a cool collection of images I captured during travels and at home, from Vero Beach to Panama and Barbados. 

Take a look. 

These images are both captured in Vero Beach, Florida. Now sublimated onto Aluminum with a float mount they are ready to hang on a wall. The Aluminum Prints have a tendency to make the water look real, so gazing at these really puts you back in that moment. 

The Top image is "Light Filter" and is a Limited Edition Print #2/25. 

The Second image is "Touch Down" and is a Limited Edition Print #1/25 (#2 is currently hanging out as a 20x30 canvas in Vero Beach Yoga Barre

I'm particularly excited my client picked out this image. Shot in Panama and simply named "Panama Sunset". This was taken my first evening being there and its something I will never forget watching. 

"Panama Sunset" is a Limited Edition Print #1/10. The other 9 may go quick so don't hesitate putting this on your wall. 

Another look at the first two. 

"Rock of Confidence" as a negative before being heat pressed onto the Aluminum. This image was taken in Barbados last fall. 

My client is a stock trader, financial planner up in MN and he really liked the idea of putting this image into his office as a reminder of confidence and symbol of security, hence the name "Rock of Confidence"

It is now printed out as 40x60 on Aluminum and is a Limited Edition #1/10. 

... and here they are. 

If your living in as cold of a state as MN I'm sure it will be nice to look at your wall and feel the tropics in these images. 

Sorry for the glare, the Aluminum prints are very glossy and reflective. I love that about them, makes the colors and details POP. 

Its a lot of fun getting my work out to people for them to enjoy. 

If you've seen anything here that interests you please email me at natehphoto@gmail.com and I'll get back to you ASAP. 

With the holidays coming up its not a bad idea... :) 

Thanks for visiting my page! 

-Nathaniel Harrginton

 

April Swell Part Two

Part two to my post a few days ago. This is the way our afternoon went at Sebastian Inlet. Getting tubed!! 

I don't feel like typing so enjoy the photos! 

Chauncey Robinson. 


Wiley Robinson



Chauncey Robinson



Jade Morgan



Caroline Marks

Florida's Favorite gal ripper. 

Caroline Marks Surfing at Sebastian Inlet, FL. Photography by Nathaniel Harrington

It was rad to see Caroline get to enjoy her home breaks lefts again. Stoked to be there to capture it! 


Later Doods! 

Thank you for visiting my site! 

-Nathaniel Harrington

@natehphoto @chaunchoo @carolinemarkss_ @wileyrobinson @jademorgan

Winter Storm Mars, Peaking in DelRay, Florida.

I've never been more impressed with a swell in Florida. Winter Storm Mars really was out there, off the charts to be honest and I don't think a single person in FL was ready for it. 

After a morning of crazy barrels a little north we made the call to cruise towards DelRay and take a look at it. It didn't take long for Chauncey Robinson, Brock Taylor, and Blake Spier to gear up and paddle out. We contemplated a few times from the early afternoon session if we should look for a different spot, but the longer we stayed in DelRay the better it looked. What it came down to was we were staying to score some of the best surf Florida has ever seen. It may not have been the biggest swell, but it sure was perfect, and still big. 

Here's a "few" highlights from that evening. 

Peaking over the hedges to see barrels peeling off. 

Usually all you can see from right here is Blue water until the Bahamas. On this day the 30ft + gulf stream was blocking that view.

Welcome to South Florida. Land of the pumping surf. 

Brock Taylor having a glance at some mighty appealing conditions. 

This trips me out. why you say? well, figure it out. 

Afternoon wasn't looking to bad, i can't believe we almost left. 

Chauncey Robinson packing a nice ride, In trunks, in February.  

Uknown to me in the spot with a great line in front of him. 

Ah, Florida? Is that you? 

Confounded Exhibit B. I mean, really? Isn't the defining noise coming from that wave behind you getting your attention at all? Whaaa.... 

This is the point where most surfers take off running to get into the water while tripping over their leash. 

Tommy Coleman was really loving being a goofy footer out there. He was barreled, came out and did an air reverse which he did ride away from. That pole got in my way. 

If Chauncey isn't getting barreled by the wave then he's ripping its face off. 

There was a gnarly current so everyone had a few chances to take a stroll back up the beach. Not a bad thing when this is what you are seeing. 

1 of 2 looking in the right direction isn't half bad. 

I'm sure that paddle was exhausting. This guy taking a break before that train hits him. 

Another unknown getting slotted. Someone tell me who this is please. 

You know your a surfer when your absolutely confounded that no one on the beach in this photo seems to care even the slightest that there is absolutely perfect surf happening. 

I mean, why watch anyways? its just the beach and your just at the ocean where people are catching the best surf we've had yet this or or in many years... I guess the sea grass is beautiful. 

Watching these sets roll in from miles away was pretty cool, at least I thought so. However these people strategically placed there shade canopy as an anti-surf canopy. 

Rolling through.... 

that guy is on it. 

What's your line? 

Tommy Coleman has logged some serious time in Hawaii and it really showed during this swell. 13 year old grom charging this playground. 

Tommy soaking that view in. 

Another perfect left hander, unknown to me with a south florida shack attack. 

Robbie Goodwin. 

I shot so many empty barrels. I only wish I would have shot every one of them. 

This is one of many surfers I was trying to find to get him his shots. Thats the type of barrel people travel thousands of miles to find, he found it at home this time. Marc Brammeier on a bomb. 

Long Boarder out the back. 

Another unknown to me relaxing his stance and letting the wave do the work. 

(Sigh) that's nice. 

Wish you were there. 

Rainbows aren't just for the sky. There also a sign for really really good surf. 

One of my favorite empty's from the day. That is one meaty barrel. 

I nicknamed this one the "ghosts" because they're going to vanish and not be seen for a while. 

I was standing a few feet from Jeff Biege when he shot his Line-Up Shot just a moment after this frame. We were both in awe, glanced at each other "is this real".

I think this was the absolute peaking moment of the swell. No takers, everyone was just a little to deep. She bombed away with no rebuttal. 

Get back out there brah. 

Here Martin Jeri got one of the largest surfed waves of the evening. Yet for this guy this is like chest high, look at what Martin does for fun sometime.... wow. 

It was head high... 

Martin jeri trying to slam on the brakes, double handed wall grab, anything to get him positioned in that next section, and he did. 

I may have to do another blog post of the sequences from these rides. Its pretty amazing and its also a ton of photos to work with which is why I'm not showing that yet. :/

Crack it. 

This is Chauncey Robinson on another amazing ride. For example this was a 18 frame sequence, 10 of those frames Chauncey is completely behind the curtain. 

Asher Nolan showed up and blew it up. One of my frames that landed a spot in Surfline's update of the swell. 

This guy was ripping, but i haven't found anyone who knows him. Just poppin a casual straight air in the reform. 

Martin Jeri on yet another bomber. 

I first met Matt Oberman on a very similar wave in Nicaragua called Colorados, he was doing the same thing there as he is here. 

Another Asher Nolan turn. 

Tommy Boo Boo playing Peak-a-Boo. 

Asher Nolan really tucked away. 

that will happen. He went straight to his quiver and was back out there. Tommy is a charger. 

Good Night Florida. We all hope to see this again soon, please. 

After a long day of work the tools should be examined and properly taken care of. These kids know it well. A few broken boards, sore muscles, stories that will last them a lifetime... Mars really was from another place. 

Shoots. Thanks for ingesting all of that. My fingers are pretty tuckered out from the typing, so have a good evening and thanks for looking at my blog. Please do share. 

-Nathaniel Harrington

 

Winter Solstice.

Continuing on with the Winter stoke. Yesterday marked the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. We took full advantage of what daylight we had and got some work done at Sebastian Inlet.  

Joined by the SunBum A Team, yesterday would have been a great day to sit on the beach and watch the action unfold. No worries if you missed it, I captured as much as I could and am stoked to share it with you now. 

Two of New Smyrna's favorite kids, Bobby Levy and Matthew Glenn. 

Shenanigans. 

Chauncey Robinson. 

Bobby and I have a tendency to get this shot each time we shoot. Close is good. 

Matthew Glenn going vertical on his backhand. Classic inlet view. 

Yesterday had a few solid moments on the sand bar, keep looking... 

Matthew Glenn has a stylish approach in the air. 

Its good to see Wiley Robinson getting back in form. He was out for the summer due to a pretty bad broken leg, looks like he'll make a nice recovery in the next few weeks. 

I was amped to see Brock Taylor push his air game a little yesterday, finally got a few shots of him up there. 

Sand Bar goodies. 

Chauncey Robinson maintaining control of first peak.

Wiley Robinson. 

After Wiley threw this air rotator he paddled back out past me saying he's not yet ready to try to land these, but i'm sure it felt good to have a go at them again! 

Brock Taylor had his Air game on yesterday! 

Bobby. 

Bobby. 

Bobby Levy. 

If there's surf, you're sure to see David Speir out there. I'm pretty stoked on this angle, it really shows how steep first peak can be. 

And of course Blake Speir is not going to let dad surf alone, he'll be in the barrels as much as his pops. 

One more for David Speir. 

Where style meets water, Matthew Glenn. 

Bobby getting nice and vertical! 

Matthew Glenn. 

Not sure who this is, but he sure took the high line on this wave. 

Bobby Levy was searching for this barrel all day. stoked we linked up with at least one! 

More sand bar action. 

Blake Speir. 

Blake. 

New rule of thirds with the Chaun. 

I gotta end this off with the most stoked from out there, Chauncey Robinson, da guy. 

Fun times. 

So amped to see the Ocean waken and give gifts like this! Looks like we should have some really fun days ahead. Merry Christmas everyone and thanks for stopping in at my blog! 

-Nathaniel Harrington

Social Findings.  @trustthebum @bobby_levy @matthewdglenn @wileyrobinson @chaunchoo @brock_simple @natehphoto @speirchucker @blake_speir

Winter Months.

Tiss the Season... for surf. 

Here's another great morning we had at Sebastian Inlet last week. Chest high fun with Chauncey Robinson, Wiley Robinson, Paul Reineke, and Dave Speir. 

What a morning to wake up and go for a surf. 

That's a view that will never get old. Chauncey Robinson soaking it all in. 

That's a view that will never get old. Chauncey Robinson soaking it all in. 


A little foggy, amazing colors, couldn't ask for more. 

the chaun. 

The first barrel was an almost amazing shot. 



There were some super fun close out sections and the guys lit them up. Chauncey closed this one out with a bang. 

Glassy Moment. 

Glassy Moment. 

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How are these next two shots for a winter scene. These frames make me shiver just looking at them. 

Icy Peak. 

Wiley Robinson making it Snow. 


Above sequence, Paul Reineke tagged that close-out hard. 

Above Sequence, I love watching Dave Speir surf. Such clean, powerful style. 

Chauncey follows right in Dave's footsteps. 

I think rainbows are attracted to Chauncey... they just follow him around. 

Hows this for a hollow surprise. No takers. 

Wiley Robinson found this nugget! That will make getting up early worth it every time. 

Speir knows where to find the drainers. 

Speir, again... 


This is the best. Check out that guy on the pier rocking his powered wheel chair with more rods than a charter boat. Goals. 

Stoked to have such a rad crew at the inlet. 

Thank you all for visiting! 

-Nathaniel Harrington

Social Tags, @natehphoto @chaunchoo @wileyrobinson @speirchucker

 

Sebastian Sunrise, Winter has come.

Finally, that time of year when we start to get surf often. The other morning I swam out with a few friends during an epic sunrise with some small but fun peaks rolling through. 

Check it out. 

Chauncey (@chaunchoo) & Eddie (@specialed321) sitting in the line-up during a foggy break of dawn. 

The surf was small, but the lighting was mental. Chauncey doing what he can with it. 

Eddie Weirback doing a cutback. 

Brock Taylor (@brock_simple) has been making the drive down from Cocoa Beach to surf, shoot and hang out lately, mahalo for that dood! 

It offered up a few fun sections and with Chauncey's experience at the inlet he was all over it. I couldn't ask for a better setup. 

What!? Even a lil head dip to start out the day for Robinson. Sickie! 

Da Guys. The faces you'll see most at the inlet, and they all rip! 

I'm so looking forward to the next coming months. I feel like we have a really fun year coming on! 

Thank you for visiting, 

-Nathaniel Harrington

@natehphoto

@trustthebum

@Spl_Waterhousings