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Elizabeth Pepin Silva is an all round exceptional creative who is not only a photographer, but is proficient in film making, writing and researching having obtained a Bachelors of Arts in Journalism. Elizabeth’s photography in particular caught our attention. Her images perfectly capture light and moods that photographing in a coastal location can produce. You… Read more »

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We recently discovered Maia Walczak’s art work and fell in love with her bold Posca pen art on surfboards and dreamy, whimsical sea characters. Not only is Maia Walczak a self taught artist, illustrator and author of children’s picture books, she also creates lovely poems. “I also dabble in a bit of water photography every now and then and… Read more »

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  (Image provided by Valerie Hinojosa under the creative commons license. The original image can be viewed here.) Discarded glass waste smoothed by the relentless churning of the sea can be found on many beaches across the world. What was once waste can now be seen as tumbled glistening pebbles. In history residents in the area of… Read more »

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Like the majority of us Mikala has gone through a time in life trying to figure out what to do for a living that brings happiness and enjoyment. Being in the sea has always been a draw for Mikala. As a kid her time was spent playing in the waves and swimming. At 18 Mikala… Read more »

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    UK Our range of beads is forever expanding, with additions for Cornwall, Devon, Wales and a few other spots around the UK that are requested for us to design. The Hawaiian Islands have inspired us to develop some bright and fun Nalu beads and the American surf mecca of California provides some inspiring scenery… Read more »

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Our latest talent to join our team riders is the energetic and bubbly Ellie Parker, a 21 year old surfer, who has been involved in Surf Life Saving for many years and has been a veladrome racer for GB in the past. She enjoys anything sporty from running to any sport involved in getting in the water. Ellie… Read more »

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  The pacific island of Kauai, aka “Garden Isle” is a little tropical delight ideal for the sport of hee nalu (surfing). Kauai, the forth biggest island in the chain of Hawaiian islands has undeniable charm. Exploring Kauai reveals many natural valleys swathed in lush greens and beholds waterfalls, rivers, rainforests, rugged cliffs and craggy mountains with… Read more »

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The non-profit, Aussie-based organization, Surfers for Cetaceans has a key goal of aiming to conserve and protect marine life, including whales and dolphins. Through education, media, interventions and raising awareness of the common threats to marine life, Surfers for Cetaceans are dedicated in achieving the decline of marine animal threats. Destruction of habitats, industrialization, domestic… Read more »

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(Photo credit – World Surf League) As the best of the surfing world are getting ready for the looming Billabong Pro, Tahiti, starting from the 14th August 2015, tensions have been rising for those without places to gain a last minute spot to compete at this world famous break amongst the best in the world…. Read more »