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Turbo Tour Is Coming To Your Hometown

| posted on July 27, 2009

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If Your Town Is Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Seal Beach, Laguna Beach or Pacific Beach.

Fresh from a rousing, two-day run at the Malibu Arts Festival, Clark Little is gathering up his Gator board and aluminum prints – and his portable DVD projector – and taking his shorebreak art on the road.

On Tuesday, the 28th of July Clark will be in Santa Cruz to show his DVD slideshow and sign and sell prints at the Dream Inn. Clark’s 25-minute DVD slideshow gets up close and personal with Clark, showing him hard at work, swimming around in dangerous shorebreaks at Ke Iki Road, Waimea Bay and other Oahu secret spots.

Sometimes he gets doughnuts, sometimes he gets the shot. Sometimes both.

The surfing songbird Ashley Lloyd will also be on hand for the Santa Cruz show. It all starts at 7:00 PM so be there or be a tetrahedron.

On Wednesday the 29th, Clark will be giving a private slideshow somewhere in the Ocean Beach area of San Francisco. This is by invitation only, but if you are driving around and hear people oohing and aahing and then applauding madly: You’ve found it. Hop the fence.

After San Francisco, Clark will drive back to So Cal by way of Carmel, Big Surf and the Central Coast to see what kind of shorepound situations present themselves in northern and central California.

Back in Malibu, Clark is working on presenting his Turbo Tour slideshow somewhere around the third of August, so stay tuned to his Facebook or www.clarklittlephotography.com for the scoop.

On Saturday August 1, Clark will be at Michiko Loft above Michiko Jewelry Design in Seal Beach, on 228 Main Street.

He’ll be at Surf Indian at 4658 Mission Beach Boulevard in Pacific Beach at 7:30 on Tuesday August 4th and then two days later on Thursday August 6, he will be at Sasha in Laguna Beach: From 6:00 to 9:00 at 550 South Coast Highway, Unit #1.

On the Turbo Tour, Clark will show his DVD slideshow then hang around to talk story and sign prints for his growing retinue of ocean and fine art lovers.

For more information, check out www.clarklittlephotgraphy.com or become a Facebook Friend for “Clark Little Photography.”