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6.24.11

Blogs

Bryce Lowe-White | Playa Hermosa | Costa Rica

“Costa Rica is one of my favorite places in the world,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “This is one of many brilliant sunsets I witnessed at Playa Hermosa, where a small surf village was built on the sand where the rain forest meets the beach. Everyone surfs multiple times a day because it’s one of the most […]

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6.24.11

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Todd Glaser | Dane and the Next Generation

“There have been groups of groms surfing Lowers all day with coaches and filmers on any hint of a south swell,” says Todd Glaser. “This day, when Dane showed up, all eyes were on him. Here he is putting the fins in on his Fred Rubble.” Photo: Glaser

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6.24.11

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Morgan Maassen | Halloween in Puerto Rico

“Halloween in Puerto Rico was awkwardly spent at the Bar and Casino of the Aguadilla Marriot,” says Morgan Maassen. “I cannot even begin to describe some of the things I saw that night in there, but thankfully I did have my 35mm point-n-shoot to capture the Gudauskas brothers and Dylan Graves greet this strangely costumed […]

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6.22.11

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Zak Noyle | Joel Centeio | Off the Wall

“This is Joel Centeio at Off the Wall about to run me over,” says Zak Noyle. “Rather than get the every day, standard fisheye angle, I was trying to get something different and unique. Its hard to get this close and not have water spots or spray in the photo.” Photo: Noyle

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6.20.11

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Grant Ellis | Chris Malloy Guest Editor

“This is Chris Malloy picking photos for the guest editor issue that he and Jack Johnson did together,” says Grant Ellis. “It was great getting to work with Chris, he really cares about the outcome and camped out at SURFER until it was done.” Photo: Ellis

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6.20.11

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Chris Burkard | Rafters of Surf History

“I was up near Cayucos trying to meet someone to shoot,” says Chris Burkard. “We finally found his place next to this old barn in hills. It looked like a scene from deliverance but as soon as he walked us inside we saw hundreds of vintage surfboards in rafters. It was rad, like they had […]

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6.19.11

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Morgan Maassen | Keanu Asing

“Keanu Asing draws every ounce of competitive nature out of me,” says Morgan Maassen. “While I can whoop him in basketball and Ping-Pong, he can surf circles around me. Here, we set aside our rivalry to enjoy a lovely sunset in innertubes at Off The Wall.” Photo: Maassen

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6.18.11

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Zak Noyle | Sunset Hour in Indo

“This is sunset hour in the Mentawais,” says Zak Noyle. “There are so many shades of color in this single barrel. It was a very fun week with good waves and people.” Photo: Noyle

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6.13.11

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Bryce Lowe-White | Greg Browning

“This is a familiar situation for Greg Browning, surfing the beach breaks in Los Angeles,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “Winter swells bring big closeouts over shallow sandbars—a perfect board-breaking combo.” Photo: Lowe-White

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6.13.11

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Todd Glaser | Mavericks El Nino 2010

“I came across this image of Skindog starting to paddle into this Monster at Mavericks during the February 2010 contest,” says Todd Glaser. “It really shows how far guys are pushing it now.” Photo: Glaser

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