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Jonny Revill's Atlantic Adventure

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Gorgeous coastal travel pics from the British photographer

With the end of summer on the horizon, it's a good time to reflect on adventures in the sun. These photos from British photographer Jonny Revill should help the cause. The series, called "Atlantic Coast," nicely captures the carefree feeling of a summer sojourn along the seaboard. There are good waves, good friends, and good food. That's what summer travels are all about.  Follow Jonny's......read more

Marcelo Gomes: Nicaragua

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Brooklyn photographer captures surfer's paradise on film

It's weird to think that it wasn't that long ago that Nicaraugua was a no-go zone for travelers. For lots of people, the country still conjures images of the Contra War's camouflage-clad guerrillas. Today, the former political hotspot is actually one of the safest countries in the Americas, and sun and adventure seekers are getting with the peaceful vibe. Surfers, in particular, are being drawn......read more

B.C. or Bust

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Patagonia ambassadors take a road trip from Santa Barbara to Tofino

Here's the ultimate photo series to get you lusting after your next road adventure. With some help from Patagonia, surf comrades Trevor Gordon, Foster Huntington, and Jeremy Koreski packed up Huntington's 1987 4WD Vanagon in search of waves along the west coast, from Gordon's hometown of Santa Barbara, California to Koreski's hometown of Tofino, British Columbia. As with all the best road trips,......read more

Fantastic Photos of Nature Lovers by Sophie Haber

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Teen photographer captures friends enjoying the open air

What's going on with kids these days? Last week we showed you some mindblowing digital artwork made by a 14-year-old, and now we have some excellent nature photography from Sophie Haber, who at the tender age of 17 has an impressive portfolio that runs the gamut from fashion editorial to ethnocultural/travel work. But it's the high school student's personal work that has us most jazzed. From......read more

West Coast Road Trippin' With Garrett Grove

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Acclaimed adventure photographer captures outdoor fun along Highway 101

Along with Route 66, U.S. Highway 101 is perhaps the most well-known road trip route in America. Oft-quoted in songs and movies, the 101 runs along the west coast between Tumwater, Washington in the north and Los Angeles in the south. Garrett Grove, a Washington state-based action sports photographer, deftly captures the romance and mystique of the route in his series Highway 101, from which we......read more

Joni Sternbach: Surfland

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Civil War-era photo technology used to create dreamy surfer pics

New York-based photographer Joni Sternbach specializes in the wet plate collodion photographic technique originally used during the American Civil War. The process requires a portable darkroom, since the wet plates have to be exposed and developed within about 10 minutes. In her amazing SurfLand series, Sternbach captures portraits of surfers from New York to Australia. The juxtaposition of......read more

Pacific Adventures with Hanna Scott

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Images of ocean life from a Canadian surfer girl

Tofino, British Columbia local Hanna Scott is a talented surfer who has earned contest stripes as winner in both the long- and shortboard categories in the Queen of the Peak, the annual women's surf contest held in the freezing waters off Vancouver Island. She is also an excellent photographer, as we happily learned when we stumbled upon her website, The Weekend For Now. A look through some of......read more

35mm Photography by Morgan Maassen

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Incredible images from an up-and-coming surf photographer

A few weeks ago we featured this extraordinary video from Morgan Maassen, and now we're bringing him back to show off some of his photography, which is no less stunning for being still. Born in Santa Barbara, Morgan started surfing at the tender age of seven, when his dad put him on a board on his birthday. Now 23, Morgan is a fast-rising star in the surf community, not for his surfing but for......read more

Obey for Surfrider Foundation

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Shepard Fairey links up with Surfrider in the name of coastal conservation.

It's hard to believe it's been 26 years since a handful of Malibu shredders started Surfrider Foundation. Now 50,000 members strong, it's probably safe to say Surfrider has done more for the cause of coastal conservation than any other nonprofit. Last year, to mark the 25th anniversary, Surfrider enlisted a bunch of artists, including Barry McGee, Thomas Campbell, and Raymond......read more

SHFT Sampler 12-24-10

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Weekly links: Surfrider celebrates 150th victory, photography heads undersea, and Russian nature art is nuts.

Shouts out to Jim Moriarty and Surfrider Foundation. In 2005, the coastal conservation group set a goal for 150 "coastal victories" by 2010. They defined a coastal victory as “a decision made in favor of the coastal and ocean environment that results in a positive conservation outcome, improves coastal access, or both.” On December 1, they nailed it. Kudos, Surfrider. (via QPeeps)......read more

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