Monday, April 14, 2014

Noosa Festival 14 - Through Super8 (& Digital) Eyes

A super nice clip from the good folks over at Foam Symmetry Magazine.
Featuring a couple of team and others. Definitely worth a watch & feel free to share!

Shot & Edited by Nick Jones.

 

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Koalaloha / Day 7

Our last day in the land of loooong point breaks. What fun we have had. It's all been a delicious blur of dreamy slipperies, bonding with friends old and new from near and far, sunburnt smiley faces, sandy bedsheets, cold evening beverages, morning coffees, a little too much pizza, nudie night surfs and other such small but special adventures. It has been a week that reminds us that we are blessed to be surfers and it is good to be alive and breathing. Sincere thanks to the locals who have let us play upon their points. Deep thanks to the Great Spirit who created such sacred playgrounds in the first place and such good humans to share them with. We are stoked and grateful. Best regards to you and yours from Koalaloha.












Koalaloha / Day 6

Following our bliss in sacred playgrounds.









Thursday, March 13, 2014

Koalaloha / Day 5

Another dreamy day of play. 






 




Koalaloha / Day 4

Happy days here in Noosa are all turning into a delicious blur. We are all a little too surf stoned to share the story of our adventures, but here are a few photos to elaborate on the good times for which we are most grateful. 










Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Koalaloha / Day 3

Day three for us here in the land of endless slipperies & we are all getting into the routine of surf/eat/sleep/surf. Faces are sun kissed, shoulders are tired, eyes are glazed, hearts are thankful. 







Monday, March 10, 2014

Koalaloha / Day 2

Four seasons in one day here in Noosa today. Well, not really. It was either just really sunny or a little bit wet. But the corduroy lines were relentless & many waves were ridden & everyone here at camp TCSS is a little surf stoned. So now we're having beers & pizza & we are thankful for every moment here in the land of sand bottomed point breaks.