September 30, 2013
The Glory of the Digital Encyclopedia of Surfing

Awesome scholarship, gorgeous photography, a reference for the 21st century.
Read more. [Image: Tom Servais]

The Glory of the Digital Encyclopedia of Surfing

Awesome scholarship, gorgeous photography, a reference for the 21st century.

Read more. [Image: Tom Servais]

November 9, 2012

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Surfing Sandy

While Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc across the northeast U.S., kitesurfers in Aruba took advantage of the storm’s waves and high winds to shoot this intense video. There are many smart reasons to avoid paddling out during a storm (especially the risk of putting rescue workers in danger), so hopefully this crew played it safer farther away from Sandy’s path. The video was created by Matthew Blew and Oliver Berlic

September 28, 2012

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‘There’s Nothing Like Surfing When It’s Snowing’

New Hampshire’s die-hard surfers get out on the water even in the dead of winter. “The hardest part is just putting on a cold wetsuit in February,” Casey Lockwood explains; “it feels like it takes years off your life.” This short clip, Salmon Theory, is from a longer documentary in progress by Dylan Ladds and Ryan Scura. “Salmon theory,” Lockwood says, refers to the way salmon return to where they spawn. The feature film will be called The Granite Stoke, referencing the state’s nickname

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July 13, 2012

These Goats Are Surfing.

That is all.

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September 14, 2011
In The Surf

We humans are drawn to the shoreline, to live and to play. Some of us have even found a home in the waves, riding on gentle swells or braving roaring mountains of seawater. Surfing has been a part of human lives for centuries and is enjoyed around the world today. The stormy summer we’ve had this year provided some spectacular (if dangerous) conditions for surfers, many of them captured in photos below. Gathered here are images from the past several months of people (and animals) in the surf, including professional surfers, amateurs, spectators, and more.

See more fantastic photos from In Focus

In The Surf

We humans are drawn to the shoreline, to live and to play. Some of us have even found a home in the waves, riding on gentle swells or braving roaring mountains of seawater. Surfing has been a part of human lives for centuries and is enjoyed around the world today. The stormy summer we’ve had this year provided some spectacular (if dangerous) conditions for surfers, many of them captured in photos below. Gathered here are images from the past several months of people (and animals) in the surf, including professional surfers, amateurs, spectators, and more.

See more fantastic photos from In Focus

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