Unidentified beach, County Mayo.
Via Kev L Smith
Documentary filmaker Ross Whittaker writes:
Tonight is the long awaited (by me) Irish TV Premiere of the surf film we made, Betweeen Land and Sea.
It follows a year in the life of surf town Lahinch [County Clare} and features some very unique, brave and sound people.
Between Land and Sea on RTÉ Two at 10.15.
With Ireland’s next generation of budding surfers in Strandhill! Really pleased to turn the sod on Ireland’s first National Surf Centre. It’s receiving Govt funding through @Failte_Ireland and the Rural Development Fund. Another great attraction on the #WildAtlanticWay pic.twitter.com/uyzqUZbPA9
— Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) November 23, 2018
Hanging too loose.
An eye candiful promo for the ‘night surfing’ experience on offer at Wavegarden surf park in Northern Spain featuring the atmospherically lit waterborne shenanigans of former European surf champion Vincent Duvignac, big wave surfers Natxo Gonzalez and Axi Muniain, Zarautz and local surfer Asier Maqueda.
Surfers and bodyboarders can coexist.
Thomas Gillespie writes:
This [above] is a picture of Daniel Skajarowski bodyboarding the Cliffs of Moher [Burren, Co Clare] a couple of days ago. Bodyboarding is a sport where you surf waves by lying down. sometimes there is a rivalry between bodyboarders and surfers but ireland is one of the few places in the world where we all get along.
Thrashin’ stuff in fairness.