The legend of boog... the great Mike Stewart. Photo Andrew Chisholm

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 hours ago

THE GOAT OF BOOG

SW407: THE MIKE STEWART INTERVIEW

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Morgs grabs his moment. Photo Jordan Godley

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 1 month ago

TWO HANDS

FROM SW414: “THE SUN’S STILL GOING TO RISE TOMORROW. STAYING TRUE TO YOURSELF IS THE MAIN THING.”

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Ben Howard, frontside B-double. Photo Josh Tabone

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

I DRIVE A TRUCK

FROM SW412: BEN HOWARD’S LONG HAUL 2020

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The Shaman in his natural form. Locked in at Tombies. Photo Mike Riley

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 2 months ago

THE VORTEX SHAMAN

FROM SW412: VAUGHAN BLAKEY’S FIRESIDE INTERVIEW WITH JACK ROBINSON

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Post wave No. 2. Photo Matt Dunbar

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

TWO WAVES WITH RUSS

RUSS BIERKE: NO PEAHI, NO MAVERICKS, NO WORRIES

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By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

LEIF RIDES ON

FROM SW414: “WOULD YOU TRADE ONE YEAR OF YOUR LIFE FOR A MILLION DOLLARS?” HE REPLIED, “NO WAY, I WOULDN’T TRADE A MILLION DOLLARS FOR A DAY.”

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Bad uncle. Photo SA Rips

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

THIRD RUN

FROM SW 412: “I WAS JUST LOOKING AT THIS EYEBALL, LIKE A LAWN BOWL, IT WAS BLACK OR… PURPLE… JUST LIKE THE DEVIL’S EYE.”

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Justine Dupont, Peahi... the shot after the SW413 cover. Photo Fred Pompermayer

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

ALLEZ JUSTINE

FROM SW 414: “IN THE END THE WAVE DECIDES. YOU JUST HAVE TO BE READY WHEN IT DOES.”

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Lumachrome glass print, cliche-verre chemigram by Judith Nangala Crispin

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

GEORGE’S BACKYARD

FROM SW414: GEORGE GREENOUGH VERSUS KING BROWN

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Encaustic wax transfer print of Angourie Point. By Duncan Macfarlane

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 3 months ago

DIRRUNGAN

FROM SW414: A WELCOME TO YAEGL COUNTRY

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Brett Herro, man with golden helmet. Photo Driftwood Photography

By Sean Doherty   POSTED: 4 months ago

SO BRETT WENT WEST

FROM SW413: UNDERGROUND DEE WHY LORD BRETT HERRING HAS SPENT 25 YEARS LOOKING FOR EMPTY SURF

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