It would really be a wonderful thing if you guys could donate at least $1 to support the update of this online surf magazine. If you haven’t gotten a chance to check Liquid Salt out yet, I highly recommend that you do. It’s my favorite surf magazine because it includes unbiased content from every type of person in the surf community, from shapers to professional surfers and everyone in between. They also feature some pretty cool surf clips from time to time. It would be sad if this magazine wasn’t able to progress due to funds, and you’d be supporting a great addition to the surf community if you choose to help out!!
One quality that was crazy about Andy was that he never talked bad about anyone’s surfing. No one. Not even to me, personally. There’s not one person on that planet who could say otherwise. He thought everyone was an amazing surfer, from Kelly all the way down to that guy that’s just learning how to surf. He never had a negative thing to say about someone’s surfing, which is pretty crazy. Most athletes talk shit about other athletes. - Lyndie Irons
Legends never die, Andy irons 1978 - 2010
In honor of Andy Irons day 2/13/14. Rip to the king.
Happy Andy Irons Day! RIP to the king.
a selection of photographs from david hall’s beneath cold seas, taken in the waters off british columbia. through state of the art photographic equipment and innovative techniques, david successfully challenges the widespread belief that cold water marine life is dull and uninteresting.
with temperatures that typically stay about ten degrees above freezing all year long, strong tidal currents, and the limited visibility that comes with cold water - green hues and increased particulate matter - david uses a strobe to captures warmer colours and gets withing ten feet (versus one hundred feet in tropical waters) of his subject.
photos, in order, of a moon jellyfish, a cross jellyfish, a lion’s mane jellyfish, an opalescent nudibranch with colonial tunicates,a northern kelp crab, a lion’s mane jellyfish, and sockeye salmon
Coco & Quincy
The Silent Evolution - Jason deCaires Taylor
More than 400 of the permanent sculptures have been installed in recent months in the National Marine Park of Cancún, Isla Mujeres, and Punta Nizuc (map of the region) as part of a major artwork called “The Silent Evolution.” The installation is the first endeavor of a new underwater museum called MUSA, or Museo Subacuático de Arte.
Created by Mexico-based British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, the Caribbean installation is intended to eventually cover more than 4,520 square feet (420 square meters), which would make it “one of the largest and most ambitious underwater attractions in the world,” according to a museum statement
EVERYONE PLEASE STOP AND TAKE YOUR TIME TO READ THIS
I’m calling all ocean lovers and nature worshipers who are situated in Australia to band together at one of the following locations (in the picture) and join the protest against shark culling in Western Australia! EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT IN AUSTRALIA PLEASE REBLOG THIS POST TO ALERT YOUR FOLLOWERS!
Protests take place tomorrow Saturday 4th January times and locations are shown in the photo 🐳
Please wear green to show your support 💚🌏✌
So you are basically protesting against the governments plan of luring sharks 1km off Western Australia busiest beach to kill them they are going to set up a drumlines that will attract the sharks then they will selflessly murder the shark if it is a great white shark that is 3m or larger sharks will not be the only marine life affected by this though, other sea creatures such as turtles, fish and dolphins will be caught up in the drum lines. This is just purely wrong we all need to take a stand this is your chance to change the world so jump on board!!
Did I mention that great white sharks are an endangered species!