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the ancient riot | Surf Culture and Travel

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Mike Pietsch, Hawaii. Photo: Hank

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Jeff Divine first came to Hawaii in the 70/71 season and he has captured some if the most iconic imagery of the North Shore’s famous 7 mile wave-rich stretch. Classic Pipeline. Photo: Jeff Divine. 

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Leroy Grannis was one of the few photographers to capture surf culture in the 60’s and 70’s. Surfer in Hawaii. Circa 1960. Photo: Leroy Grannis

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“There are no more committed people on the planet than surfers. We fall down a lot. We turn around, paddle back out, and do it over and over again. Unlike anything else in life, the stoke of surfing is so high that the failures quickly fade from memory.” - Gary Sirota

Photo: Jeff Divine

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“The energy that moves across the ocean connects all surfers who ride it.” - Shaun Tomson

Photo: Aaron Chang

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Welcome to the World.

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Matahi Drollet, 17 years old and catching the wave of the day at perfect Teahupoo.

Photo: Raihei Tapeta / Mataiea Lifestyle Tahiti

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The joy of surfing is so many things combined, from the physical exertion of it, to the challenge of it, to the mental side of the sport” - Kelly Slater 

Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii. Photo: Alex MacLean.

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Standing tall.

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Life is a journey. Where to next?

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Waves, waves, waves, for days. The Bukit peninsula, Bali, Indonesia. Photo: Jason Childs

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Maxing Pipeline. Enough energy to power a small planet.

Photo: Sean Davey

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Tasmania. Under the radar with plenty of waves. Photo: Sean Davey

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