Rarely Surfed Lineups around the Planet
Algeria. Winter rainbow over the Mediterranean Sea. We had been sitting on this location for a week or so, when we saw a forecast that looked great for the coast of North Africa. The Med is a small sea so it's difficult to avoid weather during a major swell event. We were brushed by morning rain showers embedded in the front, producing a beautiful rainbow over this left point which until this day had never been surfed. Image: Callahan/surfEXPLORE
surfEXPLORE is a multi-lingual, multi-national collective of explorers, surfers, photographers, authors, researchers, cultural anthropologists and artists dedicated to surfing exploration. Since 2007, they have traveled to over 20 countries in search of new waves, new experiences and deep cultural immersion. Their materials are featured regularly in specialty surfing publications, adventure travel magazines, websites and newspapers worldwide.
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John has been a professional photographer since graduation from the college of Fine Arts at UCLA with a degree in Design in 1986. His work is published worldwide; with over 3,500 documented pages of editorial and more than 100 cover images. Originally from Hawaii, he has lived in the city-state of Singapore since 2000.
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