Without receiving as much media attention as some of its neighbouring surf city’s, like Cape Town or Durban, PE is still very underrated. But that doesn’t mean that the locals aren’t lekker and the waves don’t fire when things line up for the windy city…
When it comes to short surf films different is good, and with a variety of aerial, GoPro water shots and DSLR footage cut to some laid back island beats, that’s exactly what regular Shot Bru contributor,Tamarac Park Searll’s first entry is – different. Everybody Go Surf features months worth of Cape Town surf footage featuring
Before the winter ground swells kicked in at Supers this year, Grant Clegg still managed to swim out and capture some rad moments on a 3-4 ft day. As the humble title suggests, this is a compilation of another lekker session at Africa’s most famous break, shot entirely on a GoPro and and well worth
When the first big winter ground swell of the year hit Jeffreys Bay, 6-8 foot swells began pulsing every 17 seconds. “It was overcast and cold but there wasn’t any other place I’d rather have been” said Grant Clegg, after swimming out to fight the current with his new GoPro 4 Black edition. “I initially
When PE turns on like this, the locals froth! And when Humewood began churning out consistent round peelers, one after the other like a mechanised wave machine, Christo Zietsman was on hand to capture the action.
Shot at “An Indian Ocean island” that can’t be named because of heavy locals, Johan Lamprecht put together an edit of a trip which features a break that’s in the likeness of a miniature Teahupoo, giving us 1000 reasons to go out and explore.
Grant Hewitt has entered a third video which features some of the great times him and his mates have had around some of their favourite surf spots in KZN. Titled “KZN Glory,” there’s one or two spots that’ll have you missioning to discover after watching.
“Waking up every morning with a plan to end the day surfing and then waking up the next day to do it all over again – that’s the life.” Gimme My Fix features Simone enjoying her idea of a perfect day: waking up, cruising to the beach, skating along the way and then jumping in
For Melkboss local Alexandra Tripney, one of the perks of living in Cape Town is that she gets to spend her down time swimming with dolphins along with her crew of friends. This is her first entry and documents a day well sent, experiencing nature first hand out in SA’s beautiful ocean.
After a minute into Joey Calhau’s first entry you’ll find out why this short lives up to the name. “People Inside Big Barrels” features a host of pros including Jamie O’ Brian, getting shacked at Indo’s infamous left, Padang Padang, on one of the biggest and best swells of the year.