A cold-water surf trip to a remote and frozen Canadian frontier
What the hail? Instagram reacts
Today, on March 2, 2015, Huntington Beach residents woke up to find their beach under a blanket of snow. Well, hail, technically, but still, frozen water. Here are some firsthand accounts from the trenches. No word yet on the official hashtag…rumors tell us they’re trying #SnowCal on for size. Here’s Oatmeal Joe, for the win:
The coal-miner turned photographer is bringing a new angle to oceanic imagery
The coal-mining town of Bulli, south of Sydney, is not regarded as a repository of high art, nor as a vibrant and pulsing beehive of life and color, and yet there was Ray Collins. Seven years ago the idea of his new photography book, Found at Sea, would have seemed ludicrous to him; he was still working a mile down in the mines and hadn’t shot a single frame. Collins crawled out of the mines after blowing out a knee—“No shock absorbers left,” he says—and bought a camera with the payout. In the short years since, Collins has transitioned from subterranean to submarine and become arguably the most inventive water photographer in Australia.
Check the stats before the first heat hits the water at Snapper Rocks
The 2015 World Tour kicks off on the Gold Coast. Check the stats from years past before solidifying your Fantasy Surfer team.
Tatiana Weston-Webb shares her thoughts about the 2015 World Surf League Championship Tour
Los Angeles, CA (February 25, 2015) - Leading up to the opening event of the 2015 World Surf League (WSL), 18-year-old Tatiana Weston-Webb of Kauai shares her thoughts about the upcoming season. “I am really excited to be competing on the CT,” said Tatiana, who will participate in the first CT event of the season,
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