Just a handful of surfers in the water, single fin boards and a solid groomed swell – this is what the lineup probably looked like in the early days of surfing here in Bali. Lopez vibes and good times in Bali, the island of the gods.
Album surf presents, “CARILLON” a short film featuring Asher Pacey. A week spent on the Surf Coast, Victoria. Pacey’s fluidity in the water is a sight to behold, hit play for a series of mesmerising moments.
Filmed and Edited by Dan Scott
Bell Jar is collection of clips from everywhere. The 10-minute edit features Caity Simmers, Timo Simmers, Zoe McDougall and Stephanie Gilmore.
Thank you Tom Jennings, Scott Hammonds, Dan Scott, and Jack Coleman for the wonderful videos. And thank you Slyvia Plath for the wonderful prose.
Music in order:
White Sweater by Romeo Void
Down By The River by Letta Mbulu
Pretty Girls Don’t Cry by Linka Moja
Mark Boyd is well seasoned to the bracing North Atlantic waters of Scotland, a true Norse Shore local. He’s part of the environment as much as the rugged coastline, dramatic cliffs and pristine beaches, that provide an awe-inspiring backdrop to this edit.
Check out what Parker Coffin has to say about his latest edit below.
This video is a one trip short film capturing Luke Swanson and I surfing a few different remote breaks in northern Sumatra area.
We have been friends for a long time as I’ve watched Luke grow from a tiny, wide eyed kid who surfed Ehukai sandbar to one of the best surfers in the world for his age. We both had a window in our schedule and decided we would be good sparring partners for each other.
We surfed until we physically couldn’t anymore and enjoyed diving into the deep end of what we think style and technique means. We laughed , met great people, and had a blast pushing each other in the water all day everyday for two weeks.
I hope you enjoy 🤙🏻🙌🏻 – Parker Coffin
A Goldie surfer Higor Fiuza and his pet snake (we know how this sounds) enjoyed a brief period of fame with their tandem surfing until it landed him in hot water.
It seems that that this brief 15 minutes of fame resulted in a tip off to the wildlife protection officers. Which has led the snake charmer Higor Fiuza getting a healthy fine from the Queensland’s Department of Environment and Science for breaching his permit to keep a snake and take it out in public.
A lesson to all you snakes out there in the line-up.
The world is bonkers, read more about it here.