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Blowing Up at the US Open of Surfing 2013

Blowing Up at the US Open of Surfing 2013

Posted on 05 Aug 2013 in Events, Travel | 0 comments

Photographer Peter Dive proves that it doesn’t have to be big and barreling to be exciting.  The new generation of surf professionals show that they can make any conditions look great.  Enjoy these photos from the US Open of Surfing 2013: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ View more US Open of Surfing 2013 photos at BurningPier.com . Thanx again [...]

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Where Were YOU During the Last South Swell???

Posted on 11 Jun 2013 in Travel | 0 comments

If you made it to a reef, you scored.  If you made it to a certain beach break with crossed-up swell potential, you scored.  Here’s photographer Peter Dive’s take from Surfrider Point, Malibu, the day after the “big day.” Looks like the crowd took a break… _______________________________________________________ More photos by Peter Dive from the recent [...]

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World Class Surf at the Top of the Chain

Posted on 17 Feb 2013 in Travel | 0 comments

This spot is easily seen from the road and access is a piece of cake.  It is across a bay from a famous, world class right hand reef . Unlike that spot, it might have only 5-10 people out instead of 30-50.  It is heavier than it looks (and bigger).  The wind is not always [...]

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Kauai Surf Out of the Ordinary – Knowing “When” to Go is What Matters…

Posted on 17 Jan 2013 in Travel | 0 comments

Kauai, the Garden Island, home to surfing gems such as Hanalei Bay, has its share of lesser-known breaks that are equally fun.  We’re not talking “secret spots” here.  We’re talking about those breaks that are clearly marked on all the tourist road maps.  The problem is not WHERE to go, but knowing WHEN to go.  [...]

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Mainland Mexico Can Be Fun, Not Always Heavy…

Posted on 18 Dec 2012 in Travel | 0 comments

“Mainland Mex” conjures up images of heaving barrels at Puerto Escondido, “unnamed heavy beach breaks” (aka Pascuales), broken boards, and long hold downs.  But is it really always that heavy?  Not at all!  Take a look at this photo–doesn’t it look fun? That’s because it is.  This is La Ticla, located in the state of [...]

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