Enticed by the multitude of possible adventures, Sri Lanka was the obvious destination for two people with an interest for just about everything. A land rich with culture and scenic attractions, the two months to come would undoubtedly be nothing short of incredible. As photographers, surfers, divers, hikers and yogis, there was a lot of ground to be covered, people to meet and places to see.
I'd heard tales of the beauty of Mauritius, seen photos, but pictures never do a place justice until you experience it for yourself.Mountains were shrouded in a light dreary mist, ones you only see in magazines. Flowing rivers created a green landscape so lush you thought you’d stepped back in time to the Jurassic Age. Roads were empty.
A Salty Friendship - Life is crazy sometimes. A few weeks ago I organized a contest to win two of my photographs, as a way to thank the people who follow me on Facebook. The winner of this contest ended up being a wedding photographer who lives near me in France.
About a month ago I decided to go to Nicaragua on a solo trip to focus on my surf photography.From being in cold water and thick neoprene suits in Canada, I needed a small escape to the tropics to get me through the long gloomy months.
I've been coming to Joshua Tree for years now, lucky enough to have an uncle with a cabin close to the entrance of the Joshua Tree National Park.Like a coyote howling to the moon, something instinctual happens out here and to this day I am still trying to find the words.
Surfing the Great Lakes has always been something that fascinated us and meeting Antonio, the Founder of Surf the Greats, was the perfect excuse for us to finally discover this unique surf community.
In the English Garden, one of the largest parks of Munich, you can find the dream of every surfer that lives in Germany—the Eisbach Wave. Discover the commitment of these surfers as well as beautiful photos from this well-known river wave.
After returning home from Great Barrier, life on the mainland is somewhat overwhelming and hard to get back to. To forget about it, we decided to rent a bach up north and on the Friday of a long weekend, we head north to a place called Mangawhai.
An agricultural outpost was not what we had in mind when we booked flights to the seemingly exotic islands of the Azores. We had expected a colourful, unusual, breath-taking experience.
Driving down the pacific coast always been something we idealized and dreamed of, trying to seek a distraction-free life that turns only around the sea. Even if reality hits, this trip to Baja is exactly what a surf exploration should looks like.
Being South African means that you are sandwiched between the Eastern Indian Ocean and the Western Atlantic. Seeking to find an answer to the raging internal debate of the country over which has the better surf, we packed our things and headed East to begin the adventure.
Need help finding good surf spots in the Philippines? It’s easy—go to Siargao Island and follow our small guide to help you find the best surf spots (don’t expect the secret ones though) and the best places for food.
Quebec has been having an amazing winter season and it was a matter of time until we found ourselves in the mountains with Les Chèvres de Montagne, a group of strong women practicing splitboarding.
Being in India brings you a unique perspective of how the world can be, and finding Hikkaduwa in a moment we needed it the most was like finding a hidden paradise. Snippets of Sri is about that simple joy: the unexpected adventures India can make you live.
It’s the story of a photographer seeking something unique at dawn. Setting aside any excuses. Warm coffee. Frozen hands. Cold sunrise. Thinking it's going to be worth it, because it always does.
The idea of being disconnected from the outside world while being at Great Barrier is something we’re all chasing—a moment of peace. No cellphones. No appointments. Nothing to do, except surf until darkness finally arrives.
In this travel piece, we have only one thing to say—don’t let the cultural distortion make you believe something that isn’t true. Discover Japan outside of any judgments or misunderstanding, discover this country in a whole new way.
Alex Peneau went on a journey to Ireland, driving along the west coast from the Cliffs of Moher to Donegal. He then stopped by Achill Island to meet up with a few local surfers. A fascinating tale filled with beautiful sceneries.
Earlier this year, Ursel Barwinski went on a surf trip to Philippines, falling in love with every little details Siargao Island had to offer. Discover the beauty behind this surf heaven and planned your next trip to the Philippines!
In April of 2016, I spent 10 days driving and camping on the Oregon coast, climbing the dunes in Florence, revelling at Thor’s well, and ultimately spending Easter in the house with a lovely, musical, motley crew of friends.
The Outside Crowd, an online magazine about Portugal’s surf culture, recently released an interesting video about the local shaper Billy Bento. This is their perspective about Billy with beautiful black and white photos.
During our latest trip to Spain, we had the chance to meet up with big-wave surfer Tony Butt about his neck injury, his passion for big-waves surfing and environmental issue.
Nouvelle Vague —Winter is a season of freezing temperature and thick wetsuits, but oh, waves are magnificent. Time to discover why winter is such a holy moment in our lives through Hugo Filipe Silva’s photos.
Raglan is New Zealand’s most renown wave, that with the right swell, is said to be one of the longest lefts in the world. It is also known as a kite boarding destination and to make it even better, there was good paragliding.
The more we drove, the more I saw and the more I realized how unique and wonderful these stops really were.
Every day when I went home, my feet and body were cut up from the reef— and I was tired and frustrated. But I remembered what it was like for me when I first started to ski. You fall, you get back up, and you try again until it works.
We enjoyed two hours of surf until the wind suddenly flattened the waves and gave us the sign that it was time to come out. We are in Italy, the sun is shining up our heads & the day is still waiting for us.
From the point of a 19 year old Australian it’s quite a surreal experience to find yourself drinking red wine listening to Portuguese punk music – but at the same time it is one that I would drop everything to be apart of again.
In honour of this magnificent mother earth, let’s take 5 minutes to think or rethink about some of our eco-behaviours while travelling.
It is hard to describe it, but when surfing at sunrise with just your brother to fight for waves, you get this tranquil feeling.