>The California Surf Project: The Book

>Have you ever imagined what it would be like to quit your job, pack your boards, and surf your way down the California coast? Though it may sound like a daydream, The California Surf Project is a fully photographed travel diary of two surfers who decided to take the 50 day journey of a lifetime.

The adventure unfolds through the eyes of two passionate individuals: Eric Soderquist, a professional surfer, artist and world traveler and Chris Burkard, also an accomplished central California native whose photography has appeared in over 35 international publications.

Big Sur

Their book, The California Surf Project, brings together these two talented adventurers and shares the story of how they made their dream come true.  The book has a splendid selection of pictures from their trip throughout the Californian Coast in their VW Bus.

Santa Barbara

Dan Malloy – Timeless

Soderquist and Burkhard have captured what so many people love about living in California and their journey is a visual love letter to the Golden State.

Santa Monica, circus music, and the flying fish
San Simeon

Full photo gallery >> The Book Project Gallery 
Purchase the book >> The California Surf Project

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About marierhoades

Beach bum, wife, mother, lover of dogs & cats. Editor of Sally Lee by the Sea, http://nauticalcottageblog.com, a beach cottage design & lifestyle website.
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4 Responses to >The California Surf Project: The Book

  1. Melissa says:

    >Thanks so much for sharing! You gave me a little taste of home, made me a little homesick in the process, but that's okay! I grew up in SoCal, and visited all the places you pictured today. It really is a beautiful state, Ca has so much to offer. Thanks for the "trip" home!

  2. Paul S says:

    >These pictures are amazing!! Hopefully I'll make it to California one day.

  3. >So glad you guys liked the post!@Melissa – I'm from Cali too and putting together the post made me homesick as well…once it gets in your veins it never leaves.@Paul – I do hope you get to California some day..it really has so much to offer. Redwoods, Ocean, Lakes, Dessert, Mountains ~ something for everyone.

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