1. A Morning Out

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    from allen mechen / Added

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    Shot this a couple of weeks ago on a saturday morning, Quicksilver pro was on down at snapper which they moved to Duranbah, next beach along, so thought I would knock off a couple of shots, then went to snapper and caught these young body boarders playing around in the shallow break just to the right of snapper, got to be honest I enjoyed the the boogie boarders more. Its like this every week!! love it...

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    • Au Revoir France

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      from Taj Burrow / Added

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      filmed by Sebastien Chebassier

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      • Erica Hosseini Baby-G Watches

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        from Nate Lee / Added

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        Marketing video shot for Baby-G watches of Casio America. Shot on location in Queensland Australia. Please check out the Baby-G ad on Gshock's youtube page: http://www.youtube.com/user/gshockus#p/u/5/eAeyddXHlok Panasonic HMC150 Canon 60D Canon T2i GoPro HD hero Sigma 30mm f1.4 Century Optics 1.6x Tele adapter ZaZa Slider Manfrotto Fluid Head Tripod Final Cut Studio Magic Bullet Looks

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        • Behind the Trees: The etnies Buy a Shoe, Plant a Tree Story

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          etnies is on a green path to a healthier planet. The brand planted the first seed back in 2011 when it launched its Buy a Shoe, Plant a Tree reforestation project. Since then, thanks to customer support, etnies has planted more than 200,000 trees throughout Costa Rica and Brazil! Now, etnies has sprouted a brand new motion graphic video showing what this initiative is all about and why etnies continues to cultivate it each year. View the Buy A Shoe, Plant A Tree collection: http://etnies.com/buyashoeplantatree

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          • January Issue 2012 Surfing Magazine

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            from SURFING Magazine / Added

            See Kelly Slater on the cover here: http://www.surfingmagazine.com/magazine/january-issue-2012-surfing-magazine/ I adopted a life chasing chaos. I need to take a second to lay some blame. I hardly recognize who I am anymore and I think I know the culprit: it’s this damn surfing’s fault. Over the past 15 years it’s put me through a complete metamorphosis. You can ask my mom; she watched it all go down. Growing up I was extremely calculated, organized, and borderline obsessive-compulsive. A real future-insurance-agent type. Looking back now, it’d be easier to just say I was a big pussy. Risks weren’t something I took. I was shy, reserved and terrified to travel. I skipped fifth grade camp to stick around and run the playground alone. I would incessantly fix my little brother’s hair and apologize to strangers for his lack of manners and hygiene. I held onto my youth; I cherished routine. I’m pretty sure my parents thought I’d never move out of their house, just age quietly in my childhood bedroom. I’d just inhabit the safe side for eternity. But then, sometime around sixth grade, I started surfing and quit the baseball team. I tanned out and my hair turned blonde. I began getting dropped off at the beach after school and adopted a life chasing chaos. Up to that point, I’d surfed with my dad sometimes on weekends and thought it was pretty cool — but I didn’t really like the sand (neat freak) and was kinda annoyed that I didn’t have a board with a pointed nose. I’d instead resort to the boogie board because it was soft and never dinged up your shins. Much safer. But that sixth grade year I made friends with a few guys who surfed, and going to the beach with my dad became the only thing we lived for. That’s when the metamorphosis began to show. I stopped caring about things I used to think were very important; my hair was no longer combed up just right, and I paid more attention to surf videos than to girls. I knew the importance of every surfer from Justin Matteson and Benji Weatherley to Tom Curren and Kelly, and knew all the songs in each of their videos. I became obsessed with the lifestyle and wanted to travel to France and Indonesia and Costa Rica and wherever else waves broke. But it was the dramatic shift in my demeanor that was most startling. I took more risks. I got tougher, more confident. I wanted to see things. I don’t think any of this would have happened had I continued with normal sports and school and whatever it is people do while we go surfing and waste our days being happy in the ocean. So I blame surfing for making me who I am today: a bit of a flight risk and at times unpredictable. For initiating my curiosity about life. For giving me all my best friends and allowing me to see more places and things before 30 than many will ever see; for making me aware of my surroundings and really good at observing weather conditions; for getting me noticed by girls; for installing a bit of “f--k it” in my system; for turning me on to music and filmmaking and writing and reading and making me a better, more well-rounded person overall. For giving me everything I have. But most of all, I want to blame surfing for forcing me to quit being a pussy and go check some shit out in life — because really, that’s all there is to this world: the people you enjoy, nature, and something good to eat and drink along the way. So surfing, just know you’re at fault for this dramatic shift, and that I’m glad I could get it off my chest. No love lost. —Travis Ferré

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            • Surf Chronicles - Sample Reel

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              from Roman Königshofer / Added

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              In 2011 some friends and I were following the World Surf League (http://www.worldsurfleague.com) around the world producing the TV Show "Surf Chronicles" for Red Bull. The series did follow the world's best surfers as they visit the most insane surf spots. It highlights the people, places, and personalities that make up the surf industry. Filming & Editing, 2011. This is a sample reel I put together to display a selection of my work. Music: "Opium" by The New Division http://roman.koenigshofer.net http://fb.com/romankoenigshofer http://instagram.com/romankoenigshofer Thanks for watching!

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              • MAKE WILKO PLANT TREES

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                Always read the fine print! Matt Wilko Wilkinson learned the hard way but we have no regrets because for every pair of his Dapper or Dory sold, Brazil's Atlantic Rainforest will be one tree closer to complete reforestation! As far as we're concerned, that's worth a little bush block on a date or awkward morning wood at Wilko's expense. Shop Wlko's Dapper & Dory and the rest of the etnies Buy A Shoe, Plant A Tree Collection and Make Wilko Plant Trees! http://etni.es/makewilkoplanttrees

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                • goldcoast

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                  film/edit Wyatt Davies Track Cool Artist Pylon www.elsegoodproductions.com

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                  • Quiksilver Pro Round 4 and 5 Highlights

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                    from McKinnon Media Productions / Added

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                    GOLD COAST, Feb 28 - The world's best surfers blasted through another marathon day at the Gold Coast's Snapper Rocks as the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro presented by Land Rover completed 16 heats, determining the men's Quarterfinalists and women's Semifinalists before day's end. The opening stop on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, The Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Gold Coast has seen four, consecutive days of action with event organizers making the most of the swell on offer. Home town favourite Joel Parkinson (AUS) has scored the first perfect 10 of the Quiksilver Pro presented by Land Rover to reach the quarter final of the ASP men's world surfing championship event on the Gold Coast. Not even the lashing pain of a bluebottle sting could distract him as he grabbed the 10-point wave with five minutes remaining to leave fellow Queenslander Julian Wilson no hope of catching him. Parkinson comes up against Jordy Smith (ZAF) in the quarter final in what could be a lively meeting - earlier in the day Smith relegated Parkinson to round five as the South African advanced with the win into the quarter finals. At their previous meeting at Snapper Rocks in 2011 the South African eliminated Parkinson from the event in round five. The other quarterfinal heats pit Gold Coaster Josh Kerr against the red hot Kelly Slater, (USA). Owen Wright (Aus) against Brazil's Adriano De Souza and Taj Burrow (Aus) against fellow Aussie Adrian Buchan (Aus). Earlier in round four Australian Taj Burrow (17.34) confirmed his strong title aspirations with a convincing victory against Adrian Buchan (AUS – 12.33) and Julian Wilson (AUS – 9.33) to advance directly into the Quiksilver Pro quarterfinals in on-shore 3 – 4ft waves at Snapper Rocks today. Burrow was forced to change a broken board late in the heat, but already had the heat victory secure with wave scores of 9.27 and 8.07 locked in. Burrow’s trainer Johnny Gannon ran the replacement board up to the Snapper Rocks keyhole with just four minutes remaining. Eleven-time world champion KELLY SLATER (USA) used his 14.00 heat tally to join Burrow in the quarterfinals with a round three win over HEITOR ALVES iBRA – 12.13) and MICHEL BOUREZ (PYF- 11.10). The 40 year-old Floridian overcame a shaky start and changed to a shorter board with more fins after his first wave in the round four heat of the ASP men’s World Tour event. Slater said he got caught off guard for the early morning heat and felt all three surfers in the heat were out of rhythm. Brazil’s Adriano de Souza (15.37) also advanced to the quarterfinals relegating Wright (15.13) and Kerr (9.00) into the elimination round. De Souza said wave selection was key in the tricky conditions. All competitors who finished 2ndand 3rdwill surf in two-man elimination Round 5 heats for a spot in the quarterfinals, while all the winners advanced. A call will be made at 7AM tomorrow morning as to whether competition will resume at Snapper Rocks. UPCOMING QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST QUARTERFINAL MATCH-UPS: HEAT 1: Adriano De Souza (BRA) vs. Owen Wright (AUS) HEAT 2: Kelly Slater (USA) vs. Josh Kerr (AUS) HEAT 3: Jordy Smith (ZAF) vs. Joel Parkinson (AUS) HEAT 4: Taj Burrow (AUS) vs. Adrian Buchan (AUS) QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 5 RESULTS: HEAT 1: Owen Wright (AUS) 16.20 def. Michel Bourez (PYF) 15.43 HEAT 2: Josh Kerr (AUS) 14.44 def. Heitor Alves (BRA) 9.84 HEAT 3: Joel Parkinson (AUS) 18.00 def. Julian Wilson (AUS) 10.06 HEAT 4: Adrian Buchan (AUS) 14.03 def. Miguel Pupo (BRA) 13.27 QUIKSILVER PRO GOLD COAST ROUND 4 RESULTS: HEAT 1: Adriano De Souza (BRA) 15.37, Owen Wright (AUS) 15.134, Josh Kerr (AUS) 9.00 HEAT 2: Kelly Slater (USA) 14.00, Michel Bourez (PYF) 12.13, Heitor Alves (BRA) 11.10 HEAT 3: Jordy Smith (ZAF) 15.44, Joel Parkinson (AUS) 15.30, Miguel Pupo (BRA) 11.04 HEAT 4: Taj Burrow (AUS) 17.34, Adrian Buchan (AUS) 12.33, Julian Wilson (AUS) 9.33

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                    • Gold Coast Event - Parko and Marley Cruisin

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                      from Shaggadelic's Home Movies / Added

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                      SHOT ON SONY AND CANNON EDIT ON FINAL CUT SHAGGADELIC.COM.AU

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