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Recent Work

ST. AUGUSTINE PHOTOGRAPHER | APRIL SURF IN THE OLDEST CITY

Surfing & Ocean Photography by Cody Coleman

Being a photographer, I get taken in a lot of different directions and I'm always on the move.  I started out this year spending a month in Puerto Rico working with a few groups of surfers and photographing some local Puerto Rican Real Estate.  Soon after getting home I headed off to the Bahamas to photograph a golf event. Now, finally back home I have been trying to spend as much time as possible in my favorite place the ocean. When I enter the ocean all things slow down a bit and my only focus is the subject that I'm shooting. Whether it be a surfer or the the oceans beauty it's self. The collection of images below are from the last few weeks of surf here in St. Augustine.  Enjoy the series and please contact me if you have any questions about booking or prints.

Evan Brownell boosting an air into a golden Sunset.

Evan Brownell boosting an air into a golden Sunset.

Noah Brownell eyeing the section ahead.

Noah Brownell eyeing the section ahead.

Evan all smiles after just getting the tube of the day. See below...

Evan all smiles after just getting the tube of the day. See below...

Carson Strange looking comfortable in the evening blow.

Carson Strange looking comfortable in the evening blow.

Water displacement via Evan Brownell...

Water displacement via Evan Brownell...

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Evan Brownell finding the light.

Evan Brownell finding the light.

Pier Bowls...

Pier Bowls...

Carson Strange about to lay in to a small closeout section just before dark. The next frame would have been a nice one but unfortunately I was taken out by the wave waiting :)

Carson Strange about to lay in to a small closeout section just before dark. The next frame would have been a nice one but unfortunately I was taken out by the wave waiting :)

Evan Brownell Laying back on the job!

Evan Brownell Laying back on the job!

Chest high and perfect. Once everyone whet in this evening I watched these things role through un-ridden for at least 30 min straight.

Chest high and perfect. Once everyone whet in this evening I watched these things role through un-ridden for at least 30 min straight.

Evan again...

Evan again...

And again...

And again...

Once the sun dropped behind the horizon things began to calm down a bit. I love the moments.

Once the sun dropped behind the horizon things began to calm down a bit. I love the moments.

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