S U G A R C A N E
from Arthur Bourbon
In the Caribbean, the harvest of the sugarcane starts in February and its also when the wintery north swells heat the archipelago. Like the distilleries, asleep the rest of the year, lot of surf spots wake up this time of the year.
Here are some footage i brought back from my last stop in the FWI.
Surfers: Arthur Bourbon / Jex Debray / Gatien Delahaye / Tinou Landes.
Images: Hypolite Champion / Arthur Bourbon / Fred Fôret
Réalisation: Arthur Bourbon
Small collection of unseen clips of Dave Boehne shot by Brent Deal that didn’t make it into his award winning film “H2Mexico”. Coincidentally, Dave graced the cover of SUP Magazine from this session. Filmed: Brent Deal Edit: Dave Boehne Credit: H2Mexico, SUP The Mag
Being a surfer in Holland isn’t easy. No waves, it’s freezing balls and when all the forces of nature do cooperate it’s already dark. So that one time a year the swells gets good and the sun is down you have to be resourceful…
Video by Darcy Ward. Brunotti rider Brett Burcher // Australian big wave rider and born traveler Waterman Brett shaped his own surf personality to a high level by pushing himself to surf the biggest barrels on earth. Big waves and never-ending swell are some of Brett’s key motivations in life, but the most important thing […]
Volcom Stone presents… Dusty Payne… Sanctuary
Dusty Payne explodes in the groovy tropical rhythms of a remote Indonesian outpost while sharing a few thoughts on his appreciation for surfing and what it means to him.
Nobody does it like Mick Fanning!
from luke faithfull
Mick Fanning has emerged as the clear standout from the first sessions of what is predicted to become an historic run of swell thanks to tropical cyclone Winston. Alongside his long time friend and fellow “Cooly Kid” Joel Parkinson, Mick managed to avoid the scorching sun and spend the majority of his time in the shade.