This is the original yellowish-white and blue fiberglass surfboard that is pictured on the classic Beach Boys album covers for “Surfin’ Safari” (1962) and “Surfer Girl” (1963), as well as in other phot
Found an abandoned garage during a hot July session and decided to film a mellow one in the shade to make you smile…boss setup: Bastl Boards “Walzer”/ Cloudride “Ozones”music by Barefoot Basement (www.barefootbasement.at)thanks to the Linz crew and the “blind” security guards to make this happen.Riding: Rene SchmidFilming: Rene Nocker, Andy Marva
Source: Garage Siesta › GoShredTV
Back in the ‘70s, a skateboarder from Northern California was blazing new ground. His name was Rick Blackhart, and he skated with reckless abandon and pure aggression. Tunnel’s Rick Blackhart didn’t ride any old decks. He would design skateboards with his fellow Tunnel Team member Kevin “KT” Thatcher. They would take solid alder, router […]
Source: Tunnel Blackhart Model – LongBoardLarry
Captured by pirates or stranded at sea for years, all these people are a testament to the strength of the human spirit.
Source: These Real-Life Castaways Survived The Harsh Conditions Of The Sea Against All Odds
We are living in the Anthropocene age, in which human influence on the planet is so profound – and terrifying – it will leave its legacy for millennia. Politicians and scientists have had their say, but how are writers and artists responding to this crisis?
Surfing Publication and Newsagency, we provide surfers all the news, Board Buyers Guide, Contest Reports, Big Wave Events, Airshows, Image Galleries, Shapers, Schools and Camps directories, Surfing magazine, Learning to Surf tips
Source: vintage everyday: Picnic at Huntington Beach, California, 1937
On Saturday, NASA dropped a bombshell of a climate report. February 2016 has soared past all rivals as the warmest seasonally adjusted month in more than a century of global recordkeeping. The previous record was set just last month. Perhaps even more remarkable is that February 2015 crushed the previous February record–set in 1998 during the peak atmospheric influence of the 1997-98 “super” El Niño that’s comparable in strength to the current one–by a massive 0.47°C (0.85°F). Although the science of attributing extreme weather events to a warming climate is still evolving, February 2016 gave us a number of extreme weather events that were made more probable by a warmer climate.
Source: February Smashes Earth’s All-Time Global Heat Record by a Jaw-Dropping Margin | Dr. Jeff Masters’ WunderBlog
How far would you go to rescue the remains of a bygone world you’ve loved since you were a kid? Peter Knego went to Alang, India, and then did it again and again, to save what he could of the…
The Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal to be signed in New Zealand this Thursday is a toxic deal that would give dangerous new powers to the fossil fuel industry and pose a serious harm to the climate, according to the global climate campaign 350.org.
Film-maker Angus Macqueen had extraordinary access to one of the last uncontacted indigenous peoples for his new documentary. Here he tells of the struggles they now face on the border of Brazil and Peru