The surf has calmed down and oh boy the crowds have laid it on thick. All manner of wave craft and their mad pilots hit the beach at sunrise. Multiple banks in operation, some big gaping holes in the sand banks making fat burger sections. Nonetheless, fun little waves around head high on offer. Clean too, no wind this morning.
I would like to personally like to thank the 121, intelligent, good looking, generous people, that have donated their hard earned coin to our SurfAid Cup team. We love you. You’re the best. We have currently raised just over $6,000 for our main charity, Surfaid, who is coincidently affiliated with The Sumba Foundation (where I was last week). I saw first hand, how incredibly poor the people of remote Indonesia are – they need you. We take it for granted the basics such as running water, electricity…these people have nothing. If you want to donate, go here pretty please. The SurfAid Cup is next Friday…
- Pama Davies, our flamboyant Bondi local surfer, has released a new short film
- Nathan Oldfield is a craftsman behind the lens… I’ve been watching his films for years. He’s launched a new one, which is only viewable via Vimeo-On-Demand. Watch the short and hopefully the full feature of ‘Church in the Sky.’