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Mr Dunn said modern surfing also featured at the museum, including action shots of fearless WA surfers and big-wave award-winners Shannan Worrall and Mick Corbett tackling monster waves.“When the public see these photos, they will be in awe,” he said.
Aravina Estate owners Steve Tobin and his wife, Hayley Munro-Tobin, said they offered to host the museum because surfing was a celebration of freedom.“I grew up in the ’70s, and we all loved and enjoyed the freedom of the surf culture ...
that ultimate expression of freedom, the simplicity.
It was all about surf and sun and long weekends down south,” Mr Tobin said.
Similar Pictish stones have been discovered in Aberdeenshire, the Highlands and Islands and Shetland.