Tuesday, 29 December 2009
Sunday, 27 December 2009
Tuesday, 22 December 2009
After many very dark, very icey lanes, deep in south devon we stumbled across the folksy melodies of Ben Howard. He was putting on an great little gig for friends and family at his very talented cellists home. Accompanying him were the equally great trio of Park Bench Poet...great music, great atmosphere
*sorry about all the greats think i need a thesaurus
Its gets easy to stop checking a spot, habits and memories fade, then all of a sudden 'WHAM' one cold pre work surf and its back in your head. You hunt the charts looking for the right tide/wind/swell combo, daydream about it at work envisioning yourself upping the ante, end up checking it on days that you realistically know it wont break on, and sticking it on top of your christmas wish list...
Sunday, 13 December 2009
Saturday, 5 December 2009
£4.99 free postage and packaging
(this system should now be up and running, if not please email email@example.com)
Thursday, 3 December 2009
Monday, 23 November 2009
Saturday, 21 November 2009
Recieved Threesixty in the post, glad to see i got a few images and a bit of text in there... After pretty shocking autumn as far a bodyboarding waves go, i did'nt have much content to send in.
Still it seems an amusing mission with Ollie Medland out into the wilds turned out, just about worth while...
Monday, 16 November 2009
No one likes crowds, apart from perhaps if you own the beach car park...
Apparently this day totalled 150 people at Bantham and Challaborough, making it kinda funny i couldn't find anyone to take a picture of ? South Devon leftovers...
Friday, 6 November 2009
November 06, 2009 | Words By: angela
The beauty of Drift is that everyone knows someone who knows someone who does something cool. I love it when I get one of those “You should check out…” emails, because it invariably leads to a few moments of eye-candy-fed escapism, and I feel it’s my duty to pass on the goodness.
Sunday, 1 November 2009
They just keep getting better... the rain held off and Plymouth's skateboarding undead made there way to Central Park for the third and best Halloween Hammers... Young Reece Douglas won the Golden Hammer, presented by last years winner retired Kristian Harris at the awards ceremony in Jack Chams.
Other undeads deserving a mention go to Marc S.A Carter tre flip drive way/big spin flip white wall, back 1 theatre royals, Dan Wakeham frontside rodeo concrete quarter, Glen back tail marble ledge, Gaz a whole shit load of things i cant comprehend, Calum Lane worst best skater, Tommy Bowers speed lines, Ashley Dixon frontside flip drive way massive backside melon and Sam Harper coming a wizard with a 16 can hi wizard stick....
Monday, 26 October 2009
Saturday, 24 October 2009
I met up with musician/surfer Ben Howard for the first time last week to try and get some shots needed for an article on him. Despite the forecast 8ft 12 sec wave period we were greeted by 3ft of slop, not ideal but better than nothing. Ben's a rad guy and made the most of the few waves we managed to find.
He dropped me a copy of his EP These Waters which i thinks pretty darn good. My music taste isn't much to go by, but having secured a sponsorship with Quiksilver and the title track on Kelly Slater's new movie Cloud Nine he must have something good going on...