The Inertia

In 1959, Tim McCullough moved from Catalina Island to Oahu, Hawaii. Right around that time, the commercial jet airliner was introduced, allowing the masses to realize the perfection that lies on those golden shores.

A few years later, under the tutelage of Rabbit Kekai, he began surfing. After watching John Severson’s “Going my Wave”, McCullough’s blossoming interest in photography turned into a full-fledged passion with a sharp focus on surf.

To see more from Tim McCullough’s Hawaii collection, have a look at his first gallery: Hawaii’s Golden Age 



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