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BP Potentially Fined $18B for Oil Spill: What Does It Mean?

Not a sight you want to see. Photo: Wikipedia<p><b>Four years ago, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig’s massive spill irreversibly changed the lives of many in</b> …

One from the Shelf!

An image taken yesterday 🐢😊👌 #hawaii #honu #clarklittle🆑 off to california today. Recap of events below. 👇👌Hope to see everyone soon #aloha Thursday Sept. 4th •7AM Photo session Wind’N’Sea •3-5PM Book signing at South Coast surf shop in Pacific Beach @southcoastsurf Friday Sept. 5th •6:30AM photo session at the Wedge in Newport Beach •4-6PM book signing at Hobie surf shop CDM@hobiesurfshop Saturday sept 6th •7AM photo session TBA •11AM-1PM Book signing at Spyder PCH @spydersurf •3PM-5PM Book signing at ZJ’s Boarding house@zjboardinghouse Sunday Sept 7th •7AM Photo session at Rodeo Beach 3-5PM Book signing at Proof Lab @prooflab

Underwater Kiribati

The Tarawa atoll, a highly vulnerable part of the sinking Kiribati islands. Photo: AP<p>Amid the tranquil and seemingly picturesque waters of the …

Climate Change

$1.3 Million: The World’s Most Expensive Surfboard

That’s more than a million dollars right there.<p><b>Roy Stuart makes surfboards.</b> Incredibly beautiful surfboards, made from wood he carefully selects for …

Extreme Sports

World’s Most Expensive Surfboard Sells for $1.5 Million

<b>Holy shit, someone bought it.</b> A few days ago, it came to light that New Zealand shaper/surfer/bearded guy Roy Stuart made a surfboard and valued it …

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The Best Adventure Photography: Exposure 2014

Photo: Blake Jorgenson<p>Last March, Jorgenson and pro skier James Heim spent three days scouting on Ipsoot Mountain, near Whistler, British Columbia, while filming their latest project, <i>Days of My Youth</i>. “James kept looking for something at his limit,” Jorgenson says, referring to the 400-foot pitch …

Clark Little Makes Waves in Surf Photography

Having moved to Oahu at a young age, photographer Clark Little has been a surfer nearly all of his life. In the 80’s and 90’s, Little made a name for …

New in the Shop: Jaider Lozano's Stunning Surf Photography

It brings us great pleasure to announce that we're now selling photographer Jaider Lozano's beautifully artistic surf photography in our store, My Modern Shop! Though it's hard to believe, it's been over two years since we first wrote about his unique photos which are all taken in Asturias, a small …

Giant Trevally

Sunrise beyond Wild Cattle Island

ITHAKA: Recycled Surfboard Sculptures at Gallery Alma Do Mar - Sao Paulo, Brazil (Oct./Nov.- 2010)

Montana by Dirt: Surfing Takes Off in a Mountain Town

<b>Missoula river surfing pioneers explore the burgeoning sport</b><p>The last place I would expect to find a surf shop is Missoula, Montana, a landlocked city on the western shoulder of the Northern Rocky Mountains. That’s just what we found when we rolled into town on day six of our Montana by Dirt road …

Geography in the News: Swirling Ocean Garbage Dumps

Changing Planet<p><i>By Neal Lineback and Mandy Lineback Gritzner, Geography in the NewsTM</i><p><b>The Great Swirling Pacific Garbage Patch</b><p>Ocean pollution is growing at an astonishing rate.<p>On June 1, 2008, two scientists and a photographer/blogger sailed from Long Beach, California, and headed westward across the …

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Entire marine food chain at risk from rising CO2 levels in water

Escalating carbon dioxide emissions will cause fish to lose their fear of predators, potentially damaging the entire marine food chain, joint Australian and US research has found.<p>A study by the Australian Institute of Marine Science, James Cook University and the Georgia Institute of Technology …