Liquid moments of saltwater in motion, featuring some very pretty shades of blue: Mocean, a film by Chris Bryan.
Great landscapes, great videography, some nice waves, and some truly extreme conditions.
Old, but gold: This short film was published on the old version of this blog already, before the rebuild. Today it’s still very fresh and exciting, both in respect to the animation skills and the underlying message. Gotta love the end…
One hour of music that has been resonating with my soul during these past years, most of which I spent in the close proximity of great bodies of salt water.
Nice shots of nice waves, ridden in true style. Nice boards. Nice soundtrack. Also some pretty big fish.
Nice concept, nice landscapes, nice footage, nice editing, nice soundtrack, nice retro style boards.
Nice waves, nice boards, nice footage, great soundtrack.
Torren Martyn drawing stylish high-lines on a funky 7’9″ twin fin surfboard.
Beautiful footage with a great soundtrack from a paddle session at Nazaré, Portugal’s infamous big wave spot.
Boy’s got style. So does the film maker.
When pollution looks beautiful: A dump site outside Fort Bragg, California turned into a sea glass beach after it was closed in the 60s.
It’s rare to find a video that shows a young surfer throwing airs without shitty EDM music cranking in the background. It’s also rare to see a young surfer throwing airs and making it look super laid-back. That said, this is quite an outstanding little video.
David Rastovich doing his thing on magic carpets.
Great surfer. Great style. Great waves. Great board. Great music. Great video. Great ocean love.