Ireland Tease

We’ve been away for a little while, filming, and shooting and making books. We’ve just returned from Ireland, which was pretty much beyond epic, but sadly absolutely covered in plastic. Even these remote, really intense coastlines are covered, I was more than a little surprised because it is one of the benchmark locations. I have archive shots and footage from the late 1990’s and early 00s and there is no sign of rubbish. I was half expecting to find pockets, collector zones, but even on the most exposed and intense coastlines there is plastic, not covering every inch of the beach or slab, but clearly visible, in fact you can’t look in any direction without picking out a bit of trash.

We’ll be releasing a short film, some surfing and the really epic surf shots down the line, but in the meantime, here’s a little taster of what we scored from the legendary bodyboarding crew.

Stef Skajarowski
The bottom of The Cliffs of Moher lined with plastic
Not good when you turn up to a beach to shoot and have to clean it first to make it look like a natural beach.
Dan Skajarowski
Even the wildest slabs have polystyrene and bottles littered everywhere.

Check out the book shop HERE



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