Surflife | Angie Chiuzzi

Angie grew up with a passion for nature; caring for every little creature that walked across her path and spending as much time in the garden with her mother as possible. Tending to the environment in front of her has always been a way of life. “I really believe that by being in nature you […]

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Swing For the Moon | The Tides

Tides are the longest of all waves, with a wavelength that can equal half of the Earth’s circumference.  As surfers, we wake up every morning thinking about the tides and how they may affect the quality of the overall surf.  (Will the tide be drained, shallow, causing surfable waves at our reef or beach break […]

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Surflife | Deadboard Co. | Ben Gagnon

“The surfboard market is saturated with the same unsustainable oil-derived product. People are taking notice of this and there are lots of new eco-friendly materials that guys are shaping nowadays. There is a slow but steady movement away from foam core boards.”  Ben Gagnon started surfing the summer after he finished high school.  Upon receiving […]

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Anza-Borrego

California is a creative, kooky place.  The desert heat can warp minds and bend imagination.  Twisted metal life forms of artist Ricardo Breceda.

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