A Very Australian #StabFullFrame Post We Couldn't Look Past
Creed McTaggart, a panel van and lonely slice of Australia's west.
Anyone with an iPhone can take a photo, but in this life, there are some individuals who are noticeably better. As it turns out, Issac Jones is one of said individuals. His post arrived to us with a #stabfullframe adorned and we’ve decide it’s worth just a snippet of your time. Pixels of Creed McTaggart – pulling up on new pastures, a mustard panel van and a lonely slice of Australia's west, momentarily immortalised on our main feed.
In September, Isaac hit the dusty roads of West Oz with Creedo, who's recently traded Australia's most easterly point for the west of our sunburnt country – sights set on large uncrowded waves. We have since decided this image deserved an explanation:
“The charts were calling for it, we packed the paddy, headed South and in search of favourable conditions.” Issac told Stab. "Unfortunately we had to drive away from this place and try somewhere else - as silly as that may seem. This beauty was really ridiculous 10ft drainers, deadly and no clear entry point without a ski. Creed and I did a quick dash down to the sand, but it looked ten times crazier. We could just tell it was going to be deadly and deceiving as fuck.”
A successful strike is a relative term, and though this pair didn’t surf, they drove away with a well balanced snap-shot of an Australia gone by.
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