The Yo Shot Challenge is a public photography competition in which photographers and surfers from all corners of the world are encouraged to capture a moment of New York surf.
The Department of Lands in Western Australia has approved the installation of a 300-meter nylon barrier at Coogee Beach, just south of Perth.
There are fewer things stranger to humans than sea creatures. One in particular, though, strikes a chord. Back in 2011, a one-eyed albino shark was cut from the belly of a Dusky Shark off the Gulf of California.
The 2013 Billabong Pipe Masters ran in six-foot barrels and completed Rounds 3 and 4 with neither Kelly Slater nor Mick Fanning facing much heat.
Western Australia’s State Government announced their new shark policy after an unprecedented amount of attacks and a public torn between the safety of the sharks and the safety of the ocean-goers.
Fishermen off the coast of Western Australia rescued a 10-12 foot Tiger shark in dramatic fashion after it was accidentally caught and hauled onto the beach.
The Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons opened its gates today.The third jewel of the Triple Crown of Surfing saw six-to-eight foot waves, with rounds one and two being completed. Pipeline was in full effect today, and the world’s best surfers put on a show.
A follow up to last year’s #loosebehavior art show, #loosebehavior 2 is a collaboration installation between artists and photographers opening Saturday, December 7 in Oceanside, California.
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- YoShot Challenge: New York’s Surf Photography Contest
- Portfolio: Craig Parry
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- Coogee Beach, Western Australia the Site of First Shark Barrier
- The Muscle Behind the Masters
- Billabong Pipe Masters, Day 2: The World Title Race Continues
- One Eyed Albino Fetal Shark Cut From Belly of Pregnant Dusky Shark
- Portfolio: Grégoire Gyselinck