Girl who grew up on the beach learned a little about tube weaving…
Imogen Caldwell, twenty-four, was raised under the blazing desert sun and with a front row seat to the most picturesque left in the country, The Bluff, fifteen hours north of the Western Australian capital, Perth.
Moved there with her family when she was six. Camped on the beach. Eventually, mum and dad got to run the campsite there. They moved to a house fifty metres from the lineup. The windows shake when it’s big.
Imogen is the sort of person who is studied and gazed at in stunned surprise. Men feel the veins pulsing in their temples.
Tall, well-made, skin that looks as if it has has the flavour of fresh cream.
But we’re not here for that sort of play, not today at least.
Here, in under three minutes, is Imogen implanting herself in a series of tubes at The Bluff and a little further north, that’ll leave your tongue hanging out.