When you look at life in slow motion it brings out new amazing details. Here’s an epic video of surfers riding big waves at 1000 frames per second. It is just stunningly gorgeous showing details that we would usually miss if the video was shown at normal speed. Enjoy!
I want summer back! I have seen awesome surfing videos, but this one is different, and different in a good way as the video is shot mainly underwater not above the water. The video is produced by Maassen and he describes it shortly as a brief odyssey into the world that i cherish most.
Laird Hamilton has been an active surfer since the 70s and is a real legend. Recently in Malibu, California during the big waves of the hurricane Marie, he showed his skills at Surfrider Beach when he surprised the crowd and decided to “shoot the pier”. Shooting the pier means that you ride a wave through [...]
Riding big waves on a skimboard takes some real talent and courage as the skimboards don’t have fins like surfboards. Brad Domke recently hit Puerto Escondido to ride huge beasts on a finless board like no one else on earth has done before. Wild Stuff!
To most people surfing is associated with big waves, sunshine, tropical white beaches and skilled young men or women doing wild things. Seeing professional surfers is sub-zero temperatures is a very different take and quite beautiful to see them catch waves in these harsh weather condition.