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Posted: 2019-04-04 21:41:14
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The Fundación Punta de Lobos Interview   Beyond being the strongest economy in South America and home to [the majority of] the longest mountain range in the world, Chile also boasts a wild and wave-rich coastline. Zoom in on the country’s coastal outline on Google Maps and you will find a vast numbe...
Posted: 2019-03-27 13:48:06
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The Ben Thouard Interview   For a long time, the backbone of surf photography consisted of deserted line-ups, ambitious action shots, and mouth-watering walls of water. Then, in came close-up photos of panoramic barrels from an underwater perspective, something singular to watermen with wits and wat...
Posted: 2019-03-09 19:24:43
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In the image-saturated world of surfing, it is exciting to come across photographs with a point of difference created by photographers who are seeking alternate ways to present waves and the way we ride them. Dan Bielich is one such photographer, and his extended exposure work illustrates perfectly ...
Posted: 2019-03-06 22:53:17
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“Art is a way of life, it’s an identity. In my waking and dreaming, I make, research, collect materials and exhibit – it encompasses most of my thinking.” The words of Steve McPherson, a non-surfing artist hailing from the wave-less North Kent coast of England, can resonate with many of us wave-crav...
Posted: 2019-02-25 20:34:07
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Many of us who surf the same break regularly know its best wind and swell conditions, where to sit and wait for sets, perhaps that tiny channel which only becomes visible on low tide but is crucial when paddling out on a big day. We know the crew that hangs around the car park, the … Continued