SALT (Sunset And Low Tide) is Charlene’s first entry and documents some good time had in the water with her, the groms and some friends. The sunset and glassy conditions make for some lekker shots all taken on a GoPro.
Shot over six months in the Indo off-season during 2014, photographer Mike Blignaut tried his hand at moving imagery with this last minute entry, and hopes to inspire other Saffas to head over there and enjoy the still healthy exchange rate on the falling ZAR.
Happy place from Luke Patterson Imagery on Vimeo. Having recently returned from an epic escape to northern Mozambique, veteran photographer Luke Patterson put together this short about his adventures up north. With no crowds and a beautiful sand-bottomed right-hander out front, it’s no wonder he calls it his ‘happy place.’
Throughout the competition, Josh Rowe has stunned us with some beautiful entries, and this might be the best one yet. With only a week left until the final month’s winner is selected, Josh submitted this epic compilation of surf footage he’s collected on various trips whilst travelling in 2015.
Scotties local, Richard Van Wyk has been living and working in the UK for the last few years, cutting his teeth to earn some proper pound and build his production company – Creative Capture. But whilst home for the December holidays, Rich was able to spend some time in the water at his local, capturing
Having recently left his beloved home on the Bluff for the wide open spaces (and tubes) on offer at Cape St Francis, Ricky Basnett seems to be enjoying the winding walls located all around his new backyard. This aerial clip was put together by Gumboot over the festive season and captures Ricky going to town