Eric Ribiere’s death defying wave at "Costa da Morte" Coast of the Death, Galicia, Spain!!!
The iconic photo of Garrett McNamara at Praia do Norte, Nazaré, Portugal taking on likely the world biggest wave ever surfed. The 100 foot Wave!!!
Better than Sex...
Some things are better than sex, and some things are worse, but there' s nothing exactly like it. -W. C. Fields...
João Guedes leaning toward the "better than" category.
Kealii Mamala going fast into the Blue.
It's dificult to get a sunny and offshore XXL Blue day like this one!!!
Like an Eagle, Vasco Ribeiro. Like an Eagle.
So proud with the Vasco Ribeiro performance in 2015 Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal - World Surf League.
Hey Mama look I'm flying
One of Europe's greatest treasures!!!
Nic von Rupp catching the bomb of the day!!!
Elohe Ali Alvarez flying high at "Praia Azul", tthe fisherman standing on the pier asked me if I had seen that giant flying fish.
Go Big or go Home!!!
Carlos Burle saves Maya Gabeira's Life and Surfs one of the Biggest Waves Ever.
Sebastião "Sebas" Furtado flying high in the morning light at Leça da Palmeira the most beautiful land of Portugal.
João Guedes catching the last one at Super Tubos, Peniche, Portugal.
A Different Perspective.
Sometimes you need to look at life from a different perspective.
Salvador Couto one of the best Portuguese junior's get slotted at Espinho as good as it gets.
Elohe Ali Alvarez spreads his wings on a crowded summer day.
"When I Say Jump, You Say How High"
I would have given you a 10 Italo Ferreira
Power of a New Generation
Salvador Couto a young Portuguese surfer slashes the light
"Baía dos Dois Irmãos"
Two Brothers Bay "Baía dos Dois Irmãos"
A state in which weight is spread in such a way that something does not fall over
Old Golden Days.
Missing Those Good Old Golden Days, Pedro Maria Bettencourt going BIG at his Local Spot "Pico do Paredão", Leça da Palmeira, Portugal.
Love The Summer Vibes
The Sea below me. The Sky above me. It makes me feel small. It makes me feel Free
It was the last day of summer when the swell came in and the sandbanks were perfectly aligned like the Sun with the celestial equator.