the ancient riot | Surf Culture and Travel

Sep 22

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This is Teahupoo. And it is scary. Everybody ready for the gnarliest wave on the World Championship Tour? Photo: Brent Bielmann

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This is Teahupoo. And it is scary. Everybody ready for the gnarliest wave on the World Championship Tour? Photo: Brent Bielmann

(Source: surfingmagazine.com)

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Tread lightly. Surf hard. Leave nothing but footprints. Take nothing but memories.
Cam Richards. Photo: Kenny Hurtado

surfsouthafrica:

Tread lightly. Surf hard. Leave nothing but footprints. Take nothing but memories.

Cam Richards. Photo: Kenny Hurtado

(Source: surfingmagazine.com)

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John John Florence showing his skills at the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Photo: ASP / Will H-S

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John John Florence showing his skills at the Billabong Pro Tahiti. Photo: ASP / Will H-S

(Source: aspworldtour.com)

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Kelly Slater committing to the drop at Teahupoo. Billabong Pro Tahiti. Photo: ASP / Will H-S

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Kelly Slater committing to the drop at Teahupoo. Billabong Pro Tahiti. Photo: ASP / Will H-S

(Source: aspworldtour.com)

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The Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014 will go down in history as the best professional surfing event ever. Photo: Ben Thouard

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The Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014 will go down in history as the best professional surfing event ever. Photo: Ben Thouard

(Source: surfermag.com)

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Kelly Slater showing the world that if you want to win, you have to get through him first. Which is exactly what Gabriel Medina did. Photo: Ben Thouard

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Kelly Slater showing the world that if you want to win, you have to get through him first. Which is exactly what Gabriel Medina did. Photo: Ben Thouard

(Source: surfermag.com)

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Overcoming fear. The only way to win a world title. Photo: Ben Thouard

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Overcoming fear. The only way to win a world title. Photo: Ben Thouard

(Source: surfermag.com)

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What winning looks like. Owen Wright, recipient of the Andy Irons award at the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014. Photo: Ben Thouard

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What winning looks like. Owen Wright, recipient of the Andy Irons award at the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014. Photo: Ben Thouard

(Source: surfermag.com)

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Durban’s waves have been cooking. Designer and  photographer Nathan Roodt has the evidence.

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Durban’s waves have been cooking. Designer and  photographer Nathan Roodt has the evidence.

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A timeless photograph from durban based designer and photographer, Nathan Roodt.

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A timeless photograph from durban based designer and photographer, Nathan Roodt.

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This kid is going places. Gabriel Medina. Number One ranked surfer in the world at the moment. On his way to being the next world champion surfer. Photo: Tom Servais

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This kid is going places. Gabriel Medina. Number One ranked surfer in the world at the moment. On his way to being the next world champion surfer. Photo: Tom Servais

(Source: ESPN)

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Gabriel Medina, the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014 winner. Showing that he can win a contest in any conditions. Photo: ASP/Kirstin

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Gabriel Medina, the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2014 winner. Showing that he can win a contest in any conditions. Photo: ASP/Kirstin

(Source: stabmag.com)

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Hailing from Kommetjie in Cape Town, Michael February, or just Mfeb, showing us just how much he rips. He’s doing well this year on tour and hopefully he’ll be surfing in the Primes soon.

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Hailing from Kommetjie in Cape Town, Michael February, or just Mfeb, showing us just how much he rips. He’s doing well this year on tour and hopefully he’ll be surfing in the Primes soon.

(Source: blog.quiksilver.com)

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The swell in California has been crazy recently. Here’s a madman bodysurfing at the wedge.

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The swell in California has been crazy recently. Here’s a madman bodysurfing at the wedge.

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Unidentified surfer boosting at Long Beach in Kommetjie. Photo: Kent Locke

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Unidentified surfer boosting at Long Beach in Kommetjie. Photo: Kent Locke

(Source: zigzag.co.za)