Recently got a new camera and lens, so there are only a few digital shots to share. This plaque was next to one of the spots we skated. Apparently the basic mechanics etc. for television were invented on this spot in 1927 and developed over the subsequent years. Sept. 2nd of this year will mark the 90th anniversary of the invention. It took another 25+ years for it to make it into almost every American and Canadian home. The jury is still out if it has been a good thing for the world or not.
Evan Kinori wallies out into the street.
Warm-down flatground session before the last of the crew broke out. Half-cab flip by Brian Bothelo.
Backside flip caught at almost full 180, proper.
Wheel-bite kickflip landing. In downtown, there is a spot on every corner thanks to unchained newspaper boxes.
This one, smooth as butter.
Leo, switch back 180.
Frontside nollie 180.
Evan popped a nice one as well.