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Tim McCullough’s 1965 to 1968 portfolio. Tim grew up spending the School year in Hawaii and the summer months on Catalina Island with his family that owned the Reyn Store in Avalon, and Spooners of Waikiki in Hawaii. McCullough had an interest in cameras early on, but once he saw John Severson’s 1962 film “Going My Wave,” the story began. Featured are full scale photos from the glory years mostly from the North Shore.