THE SURFERS JOURNAL 30.5
On the front of TSJ 30.5, Nathan Fletcher (@nathanfletcher) takes an only-pop-matters approach to above the horizon line at Pipeline’s end. On the back, Pete Devries (@petedevries) makes the last of many slow steps toward the point of entry at a remote Canadian slab, hoping he remembers where he left the backup when the tide comes in.
Inside the new issue, you’ll explore the surprising wave resources of the Dominican Republic, chase right-hand points up the East Coast of South Africa with Mikey February (@mikeyfebruary), and get looks at Ron Perrott’s once-thought-lost photographs of Sydney’s burgeoning 1960s surf scene. Trace the surfing germ of French playboy and socialite Arnaud de Rosnay, and get schooled on the contributions of contemporary big-wave pioneer Andrea Moller (@andreamollermaui). And for those seekingwider-breadth of the topic, check the study on the seascape paintings of nineteenth-century Swedish polymath August Strindberg, leveled by a deep dive into California surf-boat builder Jeff Hull (@jeffhullfiberglass).
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Front cover photograph by Dave Nelson (@nellysmagicmoments). Back cover photograph by Marcus Paladino (@marcuspaladino).