Dropping in someone is one of the worst sins a surfer can make, especially if it’s this bad. Sometimes they happen by accident occasionally… but when you’re screwing someone out of a barrel like this and risking knocking his head clean off in the process… you should probably rethink how you surf.
A surfer has been described as ‘lucky to be alive’ after a wipeout that saw them washed up on rocks in Cornwall. He and mates were surfing The Cribbar ahead of high spring tides on Tuesday afternoon. And when he wipes out, he ends up floundering on the reef, which is known locally as the “Widow Maker”. Not comforting.. The reef, which is also known as the ‘Widow Maker’, is found off Towan Headland in Newquay. Its waves attract experienced surfers from across the world and can reach 20 – 25 ft.
Bada (the Korean word for ocean) is a short, filmed in Bali in the summer of 2016. It shows five surfergirls’ journeying together to enjoy the surf and overall beauty of Bali.
Shipstern Bluff is one of waves in the world that are basically unsurfable to some people. Surfers Danny Griffiths, Russell Bierke, Rudi Schwartz and James Mckean tried their hands on a truly absurd day at Shipsterns and paid the price.
The two friends went around the beautiful Indonesia island for ten days in search of good waves , realizing that it is not as easy as it seems to shoot a video in Bali. The water crowding and the change of season that did not help much the two boys , but after a week of surfing, things finally turned on.
A short surf film about a daily routine in Harry Timson’s office in Sumbawa, Indonesia.
Fly your way through the above four minutes at Padang Padang beach. “I bust my foot on a rock two days ago,” he wrote, “so I didn’t go out yesterday and got the drone up for some fun footage instead. The surf was average but the images are nice.”
A 10-hour flight from the capital, many hours in transit lounges and a 12-hour boat ride later, the old “orange saying” was confirmed when the group awoke in dawn’s early light to the sound of waves breaking: perfect 4- to 6-foot waves, turquoise and unbelievably hollow, on an uninhabited island with only driftwood scattered across […]
Jackson Coffey locks into a perfect day at Desert Point – part tube pig part cruise mode.
Harry Bryant, Brett “Water Bubbla” Levingston and Sean “Sea Mullet” Mawson score solid Lakey Peak during this week’s epic run of surf in Indonesia.