2012 O'Neill Girls Surf Team.
Funny how surfing doesn't have a problem attracting young people to the sport. I wonder why?
The kitchen sink of photos from Hawaii.
If you don't want to go there after looking at these photos, then I'm lost at how I'm going to persuade you.....it's actually your lose.
Bamboo mast with a sail made from found netting and palm leaves.
Off he goes.
Watch Bear build his bamboo windsurfer.
Watch him sail.
Original photo by Bunty, cropped and enhanced by some bozo in San Francisco.
Is it time to go to Malta and Goza for some fun? The more I see of it, the stronger the desire grows in me to visit.
Besides, I know someone who has a couple of farmhouses for rent.
Photo courtesy of Bunty Cachia.
In a petroleum-addicted, pre-packaged culture a fire has been sparked that will transform surfing forever. From his Australian country shed, Tom Wegener has opened the door to surfing’s future by reintroducing the Alaia, an ancient wooden surf craft devoid of fins, foam or rocker. Welcome to a new age where a single surfer with simple tools and natural materials can push the limits of modern surfing.