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The Middle Of Yesterday

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All photos posted since 22.07.08 are taken with my 5 Megapixel Nokia N95 8GB.

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My highlights | My top rated images | Gigs | Aston Villa | Cats | Me | Jordan | Steph | Walsall | Birmingham | London | Newquay | Edinburgh | HESFES '07 | HESFES '08 | Retro | Snow!

 

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Jordan working on his scooting skillz.

Alfie says:

Awesome top shot, you need to get that kid a skateboard.

25th Oct 2006, 13:10

James says:

I think a hoverboard would be more suitable ;-)

25th Oct 2006, 14:27

Dhamaka says:

what great shots - and the angle of the video is so cool too - and the final wheelie is even cooler

25th Oct 2006, 18:14

James says:

I was lying on my front on the ground in a car park shooting the video! Got some funny looks from the parents walking their kids to the nearby park, but I don't care - we got highlighted!!

25th Oct 2006, 18:53

Steph says:

That's my boy!!

I always considered getting him a skateboard, especially when the new skate park was installed locally...and then I considered the amount of broken bones I may have to deal with and put it off for at least 12 months...then another 12 and then another 12 and so on

25th Oct 2006, 19:00

Alfie says:

Steph, having been skateboarding since I was 11, and still skating at 30, I can honestly say that any broken bones or injuries I've sustained (and sure, there have been quite a few), are more than acceptable for what I have learned and beneffited from the sport. It's a sport which can be solitary, but also really social, highly physically and mentally demanding, with an incredible pay-off when it comes to accomplishing the nigh-on impossible. If he's ever expressed a desire to skateboard, I really do recommend you give in and get him one; if he sticks with the sport, he'll be stronger and smarter for it.

25th Oct 2006, 19:06

Steph says:

OHHH check you out batting for the cause!!

If he ever asks for a skateboard he can have one but he is only 7...4 years younger then when you started skating!

I had my first board for my 9th birthday, unfortunately for me i sucked at it....I could just about skate but with no encouragement, I had a mother who would have preffered me to dress a little more conservatively and NOT dye my hair red/green/pink etc, and nobody to skate with...the boys didn't want a "girly" with them I never got the hang of it.!!

Maybe I should consider getting him one to go with his "Robosapien" and Guitar Hero for christmas then get my ass over the park with him!!!

25th Oct 2006, 19:36

Alfie says:

:)

the earlier the better - there are loads more girls skating these days, and at least boys have wised up; it's good to hang out with girls!

25th Oct 2006, 19:41

Steph says:

Well maybe I can find some girl to give me lessons.

One that wont laugh at me when i end up sprawled across the floor. LOL

25th Oct 2006, 19:46