Everyone here, readers of these lines knows that Kassia Meador (Producer of this film) A longboard icon, with a passion for photography and film but is not enough Kassia has been traveling around the world for the past 12 years searching for waves and absorbing everything this expansive world has on offer.
Aral. The Lost Sea
A documentary film by Isabel Coixet
The drying up of the Aral Sea is one of the greatest environmental disasters in history. Between 1954 and 1960, the government of the former Soviet Union ordered the construction of a 500 km-long canal that would take a third of the water from the Amu Darya River for an immense area of irrigated land in order to grow cotton in the region. Sigue leyendo “Aral. El mar perdido / Aral. The Lost Sea”
Any conversation about Kelly Slater begins with the number 10. As in, 10 Association of Surfing Professionals World Championships, the last of which he earned in November. Chop his career in half, and he’d still be both the winningest and second-winningest pro surfer in history. At age 20, he was the youngest world champion ever; at 39, he’s the oldest. In other words, there’s no point in comparing Slater with those in his own profession. By 2009, when Surfer magazine named him the greatest surfer of all time, it had already become a parlor game to measure his career stats against athletes like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods. But he is different. Sigue leyendo “Ten is perfect.”
Whatever name you choose to use, vehicles with wood bodies possess style and character missing in today’s robotically built steel vehicles. Once, almost every conveyance was made of wood: boats, chariots, wagons, trains, even airplanes. The wood-sided wagons, convertibles, sedans and trucks seen here all wear the vestigial tails of their wooden predecessors.In their heyday, woodies were often the most expensive cars offered by a manufacturer and many tallied impressive sales figures. Sigue leyendo “W is for Woodie”
If you dont have the pleasure of being born in the city located in southwestern France, near the border with Spain you will always enjoy the city as a tourist, as a traveler….
From Biarritz to the south, we can explore its original and small beaches such as: La Grande Plage, the Côte des Basques (Basque Coast) and the Syndicat des port (port of fishermen.) Port once the swimmers who came to bathe, because of the therapeutic properties that had water. For many years, Biarritz, was whaling town, until the Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon had built a palace on the beach (now the Hotel du Palais), From this moment Biarritz became world famous. Sigue leyendo “Morning View Exposition – by Yohan Colin in Biarritz”