The Unseen

So many shots we take go unseen, they either don’t make it to print for one reason or another or a tiny imperfection ruins them along the way, but they all have a little story to tell. So here is four groups of five images, all from Plastic Project missions, each with a tale…

Sunny Days In France

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Jobe Harriss, racing a draining Shorey around La Centrale
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Pleasure and frustration just feet apart
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Joan Duru and a signature backhand hack
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Just put yourself here, you’re about to get drained, and your mate has a front row seat
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All you have to do is ease on the gas, and you’re making this

Nelson Cloarec In Scotland

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This session as small but thick, and Nelson got so many waves.
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This is from a sequence that got three cover images, whilst this is not one of the key images, love the anticipation
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This just illustrates the insanity of this sort of slab, not very big I know, but nuts never the less
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From a photographic point of view this shot is far from perfect, but the thickness and way the water is draining off the reef s worth a look
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Deceptively calm

England

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When I first went to the North East from my home in Norfolk in the late eighties we surfed this wave thinking it was another one, we paddled about a mile to get to it, it as so cold, and sketchy, and ay bigger than it looked.
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This place as home at the start of The Plastic Project, 98% of the time it as a closeout, but every now and then…
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This ‘Cornish Reef’ is as random as it gets  but every so often
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The best day I ever saw in the North Sea
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The Channel Islands…

Ireland

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I’m always in awe of this place, the wave, the light, the environment, it all conspires to bring out every emotion possible
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Even the rideable ones are beautiful
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If you haven’t seen Roger Sharp’s film Colosseum, you need to HERE, this is an image from Russell Bierke’s incredible final wave
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Total commitment form Russell
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Basque charger Adrian already had a fractured ankle at this point, he figured he may as well break it…

 

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Tim Nunn

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