The accompanying picture of surf-riding in Hawaii is a
reminder of the wonderful usefulness of the camera in
reporting the fascinating water sports which have of late
taken so many interesting forms.
Surf-riding has been introduced on American beaches, with
certain modifications of the Pacific method.
Swimming, tub and canoe races, " rescue races" and a great
variety of other contests give the Kodak a happy
opportunity, and only the advent of the Kodak and the
Graflex could have made the recording of these picturesque
incidents so pleasurably successful.
"Surf Riding" in Hawaii Made with
31 x 4i Graflex
Rochester, New York
Volume 3 Number 2, October,1915.