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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby doclach » Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:23 pm

Don't go missing robbo's first Gallery up on Fluidzone http://www.fluidzone.com/galleries/1737 ... ith-walwyn
Part 1 just up today, Part 2 up tomorrow, with the inside info that a couple of daily frames are on their way for rob too.... :twisted:
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby sundaytripz » Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:42 pm

Nice work Robbo. Some killer shots, looks like you scored in Indo pretty hard.
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby pete » Tue Aug 23, 2011 3:37 pm

Sick gallery. Looks so much fun.
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby robbo911 » Sun Sep 04, 2011 7:38 pm

Well well well I'm back from Indo and ready to share some goods, I forgot my password so I had to wait till I got home to login

Thanks for that Doc and pete and sundayz always keen to hear what people think

So my trip consisted of 55 days of South Sumatra, Mentawais, Java (Jakarta is a hole never go there!) and Bali (mostly Bingin-Uluwatu area)

South Sumatra was amazing, so many perfect bodyboard waves and great beachies, we never had epic swell nothing really over 5ft but when it was good I was surfing so photos don't really represent some of the best. http://www.secretsumatra.com the guys are legends, Dean was really nice and Matty Henwood the surf guide was the biggest champion.

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Indo Glass by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Bronte...Where God Surfs by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Touch the Sky by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Rivermouth by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Onlookers by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Shipwreck by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Obscured Perfection by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Bowl by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

Then came the Mentawais, we stayed on our OWN island for 10 nights, hands down the most beautiful place I've ever been in my life. The island (http://www.togatnusaretreat.com has 3 cabins with 2 in each (double bed) making for a MAX of 6 guests at any one time!!! Great left out front called scarecrows with a great end barrel bowl called 'CurryBowl'. You have to see this place to believe it, the huts are made entirely out of driftwood by the owner surfer/carpenter John E Ocean and his wife Ainsley and we had our own personal chef who would whip you up the most delicious breakfast ever after a good surf.

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Boat by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Parrot Fish by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Zani by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Our Figurehead by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Photo Credit of me: Mark Halliday
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Then onto Bali, met up with Yutziy for a week in Uluwatu, didnt particularly like it as a wave but loved Padang Padang, such a good wave. Stayed in Bingin for 10 nights afterwards with a warung that looked over the surf, just sat reading on our balcony till saw a good set then grabbed the board, locked up and headed out.

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Deep by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Mates Ruining Empties! by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Looking at Dreamland by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Bingin by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Padang Perfectio n by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Peace by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Crystalised by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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_MG_1047 by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

Any comments, criticism or questions just let us know!
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby ScottyT2 » Sun Sep 04, 2011 7:46 pm

:shock: / :mrgreen:
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby savage flame » Sun Sep 04, 2011 8:58 pm

Rob. I'm speechless :shock:
Great work. Photo's are amazing and trip sounded awesome.
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby Swoodle » Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:05 am

Oh man so nice. Can't pick a fav.
RIP my Science 1 board. You will be in my thoughts daily!
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby meaks_85 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:10 am

Looking at Dreamlands... this will get me through today. I'm just keep staring at it!! Such an epic trip mang, SIIIICK!
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby robbo911 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:51 pm

Thanks for the kind words fellas, it means a lot to me

On another note went down south on the weekend for some little fun ones to pipe, some scoundrel (think swearing ban) stole my board whilst i was shooting! it was right there on the beach along with 20 other people!

Anywho not too bummed as it wasnt my good board but still...jerk


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Pipe Dreams by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr
This dude shreds surfs with so much power
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James Nymeyer by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Heath Rolling by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby robbo911 » Mon Sep 12, 2011 8:37 pm

Went to a death bommie on Saturday, was too south facing and copped the worst of the wind and the messy swell. Then hit up the pictured place in the arvo for a small surf with just us 4 out. Came back the next morning on Sunday and scored some pretty nice barrels for my birthday (11/09) as pictured, topped it off with an all you can eat indian buffet for dinner to make it a great weekend

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Foamie by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Dodshon by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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Clinton Laughing at Barrels by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby robbo911 » Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:45 pm

Welll you've waited patiently so here's a little clip i did a quick edit on from the Indo trip, hope you enjoy! Watch on vimeo in HD!!



Oh and some shots from tuesday

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Swallowing Mountains by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

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JP by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby robbo911 » Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:03 pm

anyone out there actually liking these?

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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby ScottyT2 » Mon Sep 19, 2011 6:44 pm

Not liking, Loving!
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby pete » Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:43 pm

You're a wave magnet Robbo.

Sick stuff. Too many amazing shots...
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Re: Robbo's Photos

Postby meaks_85 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:41 am

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Onlookers by Rob Walwyn, on Flickr

I keep coming back to this photo...it's not a big wave by any means, but it's the unknown of what happened after it was taken that I love. And the image has the same blue/grey through it.. i dunnoo...i just really dig it Robbo!
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