SUBMERGE is a Blog I like: Alternative Surfcraft Design, Photography, Inspiration… Check out the last letter from Dean : ————— The SUBMERGE BLOG has changed. No longer does it belong to it’s little stepbrother ‘SHACKSIDE’ (that was awhile ago), and nor is it about my black and white photography (not really anyway). SUBMERGE is now… Continue reading SUBMERGE Alternative Surfcraft Design, Photography, Inspiration
Sealegged surfing craft are made by hand for humans. If you are an ocean lover and looking for something different in the way of lines and rides – check them out. From keel fishies, 2+1 stubbies, quads, logs and anything else that’s fun. T – 0423 094 881 firstname.lastname@example.org info Following (0) finished SINGLE STAN… Continue reading Sealegged
White Wash, the documentary, is a film exploring the complexity of race in America through the eyes of the ocean. Examining the history of “black consciousness” as it triumphs and evolves into the minds of black surfers, we learn the power of transcending race as a constructive phenomenon. The story is narrated by the legendary,… Continue reading White Wash, the documentary
The GoPro® HD Surf HERO™ waterproof video camera – I’ve been wanting to get one of these for a long time. But when my mate bruno (@noplug) sent me this video a few weeks ago, I made my mind! You can get a GoPro® HD Surf HERO™ Camera here Isla de Lobos – Canary Islands… Continue reading Hint to Your Boyfriend What You’d Like for Christmas – GoPro Camera
May 14, 2011 By Jon Lyus Eagle eyed visitors to Cannes can spot all sorts of new images and posters for the films that will be coming our way in the next few years and while waltzing from the beach to the next soiree Dave snapped the poster for a new Sam Worthington film. Drift,… Continue reading First Look at Poster for New Sam Worthington Film Drift
OK I think I have it right… short clip courtesy of Kenzen.. Mahalo Nui Ken Sentner!!!
Just found this photo in a Brazilian publication FFW Mag recently ran this oddly tantalizing editorial that’s a giddy mix of ’60s beach movies and the ’80s sci-fi cult flick Liquid Sky. Shot in Rio de Janeiro by the photography team of Zee Nunes and Andre Katapodi.
Capt.Larry insisted that I post some pictures of the G-board in the water to see what it looked like… We went up to the north shore today …. it was a lot smaller than what the report said… I manage to dodge the mega crowds at Rocky Point and got some small peaks at very… Continue reading 1st session on Oahu with the G-board