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DAILY LINES // ATLANTIC DIVERSIONS

Film: Chris McClean “The latest Atlantic Diversions edit from Ireland… if you’re missing Winter it’ll take you back” Chris McClean traveled to Ireland as the Atlantic went ballistic with three giant storms in two weeks. There were power cuts, floods, and cancelled ferries and some…

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Net Results

While Cornwall does its best impression of the tropics, the mosie net is doing a fine job as a defender of the strawberries. Mr. Blackbird had run riot through the  patch this morning, spearing as many ruby red gems as he could, like a drunken…

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Heimplanet

  I love camping – whether pitching a tent in a thunderstorm in southwest France, waking beneath a tarpaulin stretched from the tailgate of a 4X4 in the Arabian desert or setting camp by a secluded river in Dartmoor that sets the scene for a…

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Fins-free Friday

Derek Hynd wave-slyding shaman providing Slyder Cup inspiration… ENTER HERE Film Jack McCoy

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Fins Free

Slyder Cup 2.0 is just around the corner, check out Miles Ratima and Ryan Burch sharing some fun waves on their Alaia’s at Manu Bay, Raglan, New Zealand. Film by Dominico Zapata Photography

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All of a quiver…

Slyder Cup 2.0: The Summer Solstice Friction Affliction Convention … it’s coming…    

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We are all connected…

In surfing we are all linked, the briney sea our connection and conductor. My friend Rachel called me from Western Austraila this week – she and her husband Richie Sills left our village and moved out there over a year ago, leaving a hole. She…

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Going the Distance

Words and image: Chris Nelson Your first custom steed is a thing of magic. And here was mine, light beneath my hands, Hollywood smile white against the coffee coloured waters. It glided effortlessly over the wall of advancing foam as I waded out into the…

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The Sketchbook Project

 Words and Images: Daisy Campbell   “They are simple tools – just a sketchbook and a pen, but the beauty is in the stories, the drawings and each person’s imagination brought to life in a little 5′ x 7′ book.” Illustrator Daisy Campbell on The Sketchbook…

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Man & Sea

There’s been a gentle tap, tap, taping in my inbox of of late, of stories and stills of slyde and stoke, of films of hand planes and hand crafted shapes, of those of us prone to surf… the Slyder Cup 2.0 is gathering momentum… but…

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