Photo by Mal Sutherland
Taken on Sunday the 5th April 1964 on Kodak 400 ASA 35mm film.
In the photographers own words;
'This photo was taken on the Sunday when the surf was less than half the size of Saturday (12/15foot and no photos???). There was only 10 or 12 surfers out the 4 or 5 good surfers were taking off at the Boiling Pot the Kooks were way out on the shoulder. Hayden Kenny, Algie Grud, Polo Wilson and Moby Wort were a couple. I didn’t surf on Sunday because I totalled my board on Saturday (only one board in those days) otherwise I wouldn’t have these photos.'
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Below are our generic printing sizes.
All of our unframed photos come expertly packaged and rolled in a tube.
|Small||Unframed||30cm x 21cm||$150.00|
|Small||Framed||30cm x 21cm, (w'frame -60cm x 51cm)||$295.00|
|Medium||Unframed||44cm x 28cm||$220.00|
|Medium||Framed||44cm x 28cm, (w'frame -72cm x 60cm)||$395.00|
|Large||Unframed||90cm x 60cm||$450.00|
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