Category Archives: ocean waves

Ocean Waves

In 1937 Ansel Adams said: a great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed. Continue reading

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California Noir

Chris – Pacific Beach, California. 6:30PM, October 5th 2012 Surfing is a discipline. Like any serious pursuit it involves sacrifices that are not for the faint of heart. Forget about a regular job. The idea of family can be pretty … Continue reading

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Jamie Sterling’s 10’6″ Balsa Gun

Balsa wood has a lighter density than cork and it grows all over the place from Brazil to Mexico. It’s straight, buoyant and is used to make beautiful surfboards – but that’s just the beginning. To make a balsa surfboard … Continue reading

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The Deal With Ocean Waves

Water, as it turns out, is a pretty efficient conductor of energy and you don’t have go far for a good example – walk to the end of my street on any given day and have a look at the … Continue reading

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