Here is the second installment of travel highlights from Skateboarder Magazine trips. Please enjoy.
Jake Johnson – Frontside flip from log to log in Rotterdam, Holland.
Dylan Rieder – Ollie from dock to barge in Rotterdam, Holland. We found the pirate ship under construction in the background and asked if we could skate the dock. The manager actually used to skate so he gave us permission and even had some of his dock workers move logs around for us to make spots.
Kenny Anderson – Ollie up to back tail on the barge in Rotterdam, Holland.
Sunrise looking over La Paz.
Fred Gall – Frontside wallride, La Paz.
Dylan Rieder – Backside flip in La Paz, Bolivia.
Nestor Judkins – Frontside flip in La Paz, Bolivia.
Guy Mariano – Switch crook shot during a trip to the Canary Islands in 2008.
Soccer riots in Cyprus post game.
Chris Pfanner – Ollie in Cyprus.
Anthony Van Engelen – Feeble (Backside 180 out) in Cyprus. Probably the most stylish feeble I’ve ever witnessed.
Chris Pfanner – Kickflip in Cyprus near a hefty drop.
Van’s X-ray after breaking his arm in an arm wrestling match gone wrong. Singapore.
Van Wastell in Singapore. RIP.
Andrew Allen – 5-0 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Brian Delatorre – Backside 50-50 in Medellin, Colombia.
A Morgan villager on his longtail boat in Thailand. The Morgans are a people living between Thailand and Myanmar without belonging to either country. They have no nationality. This family motored us across the bay after we got lost hiking on unmarked trails.
Taxis at the border of Thailand and Cambodia.
Alex Davis – Ollie in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Naked kids huffing glue were hovering around asking for money while we were shooting.
The Killing Fields of Cambodia.
Sunrise mission in Delhi with Sebo Walker and Mark Suciu.
Morning at the Taj Mahal.
Sean Malto – Backside 55-50 gap out in Delhi.
Nestor Judkins – Crook pop over in Jaipur, India.
A Sadhu priest at the Kumbh Mela.
Pilgrims walked on a bridge across the Ganges River at the Kumbh Mela festival last february in Allahabad, India.
The Allahabad train station after torrential rains disrupted the holy Kumbh Mela festival.
Shake and Soms, local skaters from Bangalore hit the streets for another sunrise mission.
Bringing it back home. The Toy Machine team in Birmingham, AL.
Leo Romero – 50-50 drop to 50-50. Nashville.
Colin Provost – Frontside ollie in Nashville.