DIRECTED, FILMED AND EDITED BY ALEX PATRICK @HIGHERLATITUDE_FILMS
The scenery of a typical sunset in La Saladita, Mexico during the MEXI LOG FEST week
MUSIC: GOLD PANDA, LONELY OWL.
SURFERS: WILL ALLEN
Surfing is for fun, and life is too short to be taken too seriously (all the time).
Mexi Log Fest in La Saladita, Mexico is a glorious blend of waves, tacos, mezcal and dancinng with friends from around the globe. The event bills itself as a "Classic Longboard and Lifestyle Festival" but its so much more. It is truly one of the best hangs around. Consequently, we cannot resist making the pilgrimage each year to take it all in and link up with people from all walks of the surfing world.
This year, we sent down friend/filmmaker, Evan Adamson, to video his fellow Texans, Nate Floyd and Tegan Gainan, surfing and partaking all the other glories this fest has to offer. Here's a fun and quirky glimpse at the time they had south of the border.
ONDE NOSTRE / BLOCK10 Presents
A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS
Portugal is the home of some of the best waves in Europe and obviously it has become really popular among surfers over the years. Despite this wild consumption nowadays there are still lots of possibilities for those looking for uncrowded waves. “A Flock of Seagulls” is an extract of Alessandro Ponzanelli last experience along this magic land.
By Alessandro Ponzanelli
Edited by Federico Romanello
Thanks to Pure Surf Camp and Axxe Wetsuits
It kind of all happened last minute, like most good things do. We had a bunch of the Rhythm team emailing in from all over saying their flights were booked and they’ll be here in Noosa come February, coinciding with the Noosa Festival of Surfing. Jordan Spee, already there, Hudson Ritchie, fresh out of Cali, Ambrose McNeil, in the van waiting and Eurico Romaguera, Portugal’s finest, all booked in and en route to Noosa.
What ensued? Well, one can easily guess it had something to do with surfing, drinking beer, partying, laying down hungover, surfing some more, drinking again and eventually ordering seconds at Betty’s Burgers, and to be truthful, I’d say you’re pretty spot on.
Surfing: Jordan Spee, Hudson Ritchie, Eurico Romaguera & Ambrose McNeill
Video Footage: Jay Button
Editor: Nicolas Podesta
Additional Footage: Kane Lehanneur
Music: 'Chestnut Trees and Bumblebees' by Satan's Pilgrims, 'Vortex Beyond' by Man Or Astro-Man? and 'Baby What's Wrong' by The Come N' Go
The first episode from a new series 'Shapers Notes' by Harry Dott. The series follows a bunch of Victorian shapers from various demographics and ages. Episode 1 features Jack Dell-Rennie (Beige Surfboards)