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9.16.11

Blogs

Bryce Lowe-White | Trestles

"When I showed up on this afternoon I wasn’t expecting it to get much because it was pretty cloudy and grey," says Bryce Lowe-White. "But as the sun started setting lower toward the horizon, it began to peep through the thick clouds and beam some amazing light and color onto the lineup. Here a grom ends his low-tide session as the after-work/school session begins at Lower Trestles." Photo: Lowe-White

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9.15.11

Blogs

Morgan Maassen | Sterling Spencer

“Sterling Spencer and I had an interesting visit to Puerto Rico,” says Morgan Maassen. “Not only was the rain, wind, and music awkward with our lightning-strike operation, but the waves were about as windswelly as windswell can get. And so we hit back with all the randomness we could muster, and for this fleeting moment, […]

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9.14.11

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Jason Childs | Dino Adrian and Craikey

"Western Australia’s Dino Adrian is a bit of a cowboy," says Jason Childs. "When he’s in the water he manhandles the wild waves, and on land he is plotting his next destination to score the best waves he can find with his good mate Craikey." Photo: Childs

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9.13.11

Blogs

Zak Noyle | Rapa Nui

“This was a fun trip we did to Rapa Nui, it was culturally amazing to experience,” says Zak Noyle. “Here is Fred Patacchia doing a big turn in from of the Mo’ai statues.” Photo: Noyle

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9.12.11

Blogs

Chris Burkard | Crossing Lines

“Gabe Gazzola, crossing lines into the yard of your ‘friendly’ neighborhood rancher,” says Chris Burkard. “With perfect waves awaiting, this fence is the last thing on his mind.” Photo: Burkard

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9.9.11

Blogs

Todd Glaser | Chris Del Moro

“Chris del Moro coming off the bottom at Puerto Escondido on a really clean morning,” says Todd Glaser. “Chris’ style is always so fluid, he is one of my favorite surfers to shoot and travel with.” Photo: Glaser

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9.7.11

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Bryce Lowe-White | Andrew Jacobson

“Andrew Jacobson effortlessly dismounts off a perfectly good air section,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “I took some time this morning to check a bunch of fickle set ups just out of curiosity. This spot is usually a shore break on to cobblestones but with a healthy dose of South swell it really came to life.” Photo: […]

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9.6.11

Blogs

Jason Childs | Bukit Beauty

“What you can’t see here are the cranes and the jackhammers at work,” says Jason Childs. “The once pristine Bukit Peninsula is now overrun with greedy developers wanting a piece of the action. Thank god the waves are out of their reach.” Photo: Childs

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8.31.11

Blogs

Morgan Maassen | North Shore Graveyard

“The AI swell of November 2010 decimated more surfboards than I thought I would see in a lifetime”, says Morgan Maassen. “Here the Billabong Off-The-Wall house does it’s best cemetery impression.” Photo: Maassen

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8.30.11

Blogs

Zak Noyle | Brian Conley

“Brian Conley looks on as he gets some work done on his jet ski down in Mexico,” says Zak Noyle. “He paid these guys and convinced them to rush it by offering some pizzas if they finished the work by that night.” Photo: Noyle

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