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Mullaghmore Session – 11th & 12th December 2011 By Peter Clyne
It was Sunday afternoon when Saffa Barry Mottershead came bursting into my room to pick me up. I had a late night the night before but sensing the eagerness in Barry I asked…
In 1962 Kevin Cavey discovered surfing when he read about it in a Readers Digest. He ordered a balsa surfboard kit after a couple of attempts with marine ply. Following trips to Hawaii and California…
CMP come about from a passion for surfing and surfing photography. As this slowly progressed i found myself reaching for the camera more often trying to capture random moments and making them special.
On the day this photo was taken I had spent the morning with my little 2-year-old daughter. One of my newborn twin boys was in hospital 60 miles away and the other was in hospital 180 miles away in a very serious condition….
When i saw there was an event in China i was so tempted to enter ever though i had no money and it was only a four star. It was the closing day for the event and I was out in the water doing surf lessons just wondering what the waves were like on Hainan Island…..
The Huku Balance Boards are 100% Irish and are hand made from Baltic birch plywood, where several layers are glued in a former to create a strong platform. The deck measures 770mm long by 340mm wide which gives a stable platform…
The films Executive Producer, Matt Strathern also submitted a still image for the same XXL category, from the same wave taken from a water angle. Strathern’s shot is co-nominated for O’Flaherty’s wave alongside photographer Christian McCleod’s submission.
I feel blessed that in it’s first year this project has gotten to where it is today and with progress being made all the while and the continued support of Irelands surf community I can’t wait to see where we will be in five years time…..
THREE different options for the controversial development of Doolin Pier, costing an estimated €5 million, were presented to interested parties at a public consultation meeting on Wednesday last.