Maine Surfboard Ding Repair & Restoration

Shashimi

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 29, 2011

6′ Channel Islands ‘Shashimi’. In the shop for various tail and rail dings.

A winter photo project has been using the 120mm Yashica-Mat, and hand-processing color film, to document boards as they come through the Ding Repair business.

Shipwreck – Cape Elizabeth, 1830

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 26, 2011


Charles Codman

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 25, 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 23, 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 21, 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 15, 2011

Small Crowded

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 7, 2011

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More Snow, Please

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 3, 2011

More snow means more storms. Which means more waves. Everybody is happy.
More waves means boards are moving. Boards moving create dings. Eugene is happy.
It is too soon to pine for spring. Winter in Maine ain’t over ’til May.

120’s of Boards

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 2, 2011

Winter waves mean busy days in the ding repair shop. Been shooting 120mm film. More here.

Ding Repair

Posted in Uncategorized by eugecole on March 1, 2011

Nose clamp.