Burnout: Caswell Country
Posted:April 7th, 2009
Caswell took a break from his vertigo rehab to play tour guide.
And introducing Miller Berry….
Packing the van was a daily ritual.
Mark kept tripping out on how awesome his shoes came out.
Serious pride in the job.
Even Grant was impressed.
Give us our ball back, kid.
The big 5 and 1/4.
Louie boardslid it.
Too dark to shoot means time to take creepy 200mm portraits.
Did I tell you we met up with Dennis? Remy was shooting a catalog with him. One of the all-time greats.
Next day, final spot. Spirits high.
Started well enough.
Ended poorly, as is sometimes the case.Time to pack it up and head South.
Catfish was ready, anyway. He’d just jumped off the universe.
Heck of a trip. Thanks, Volcom dudes.
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