Tom Curran writes: There is a certain breed of man who gives up his surf sessions when he gets married and has kids. Don’t be this man. It is eminently possible to be gainfully employed, to have two children, to have a wife, and to surf everyday.
"NASA boffins, staring into the Sun with a new space telescope, say they have detected unthinkably enormous waves rolling across the star's hot surface - as if a gigantic breaker of the sort beloved by surfers were scaled up to the size of the United States... "
“After a small surf session on the outer islands of Fiji, we relinquished energy and heat by jumping off the yacht into the cooler open ocean water,” says Morgan Maassen. “While swimming around in the freakishly deep and dark water, I decided to shoot a few photos of Trevor Gordon and Brandon Smith, before we drifted too far away from the boat.” Photo: Maassen
No slouch went it comes to surfing, Peter Devries has been well known among surfers north of the border. If you’re from Canada and you surf, you’ve been hearing about him for years. But it wasn’t until his fairytale win at the O’Neill Cold Water Classic Canada in 2009 that he became a household name.
It's like the ocean has turned into something out a bad 50s biker movie - gangs of young bottlenose dolphins are roaming the seas, taking out their sexual frustrations by randomly killing any porpoises that get in their way...
Surf magazines have been entertaining us for more than 50 years. But things are changing in the magazine biz. The unrelenting march of the Internet is putting the whole industry on its back, feet flailing, with its pants around its ankles. What was once a monthly or quarterly venture has evolved into a struggle to produce daily content that will keep readers fired up.
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While I’m casually checking the web for surfing inspirations, I always end up looking up one of Robin Kegel boards, under the Gato Heroi label. Robin’s boards stand out of the ordinary longboard scene, with unique shapes and even more elite glass jobs.
Bryant Austin does not take his boat to the whales, preferring to hop in the water and let the whales come to him. Mr. Austin was diving in the south pacific off the island of Tonga in 2005 taking pictures of a calf minke whale that was swimming around him when he felt a tap on his shoulder.