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In our midyear offering, we visit the past and present of one of the best waves in Indonesia, peel through the archives of Australian film and mag progenitor Bob Evans, and jump on modern expeditions in Madagascar, Central America, and New Zealand. We also load the well with the coastal output of Long Island artist Scott Bluedorn, some wordplay from a National Endowment for the Arts fellow, and a selection of road shots from TSJ regular Jamie Brisick.

For the drier segments of society, ocean-side property values seem to mainly consider the view, not adjacent wave quality. Clearly, some lucky...

Issue 24.3 of TSJ features a retrospective on the work of Australia’s Bob Evans, one of surfing’s most prolific early film- and magazine-makers....

“This is my little studio,” says photographer Sacha Specker of this Cape Town slab, which is located right in front of his house. “Come rain or...

It’s a pretty simple equation. If you’re paid (usually minimally) to guide visiting surfers into the best conditions your local zone has to offer...

“We were doing a campervan trip along the coast of the lower South Island,” says New-Zealand-based photographer Rambo Estrada. “We were due to...

Chris Brock had already spent a few years wandering the globe for surf when he first set sail aboard the Morning Light. In New Zealand he’d saved...

Soon after Kelly Slater lost to Gabriel Medina in the finals of the 2014 Billabong Pro Tahiti, Slater shared a photo on Instagram with his...

With so much of our attention focused away from the sand, it can be easy to forget about the scenes that develop at our backs. It can also be easy...

Issue 24.2 of TSJ features a portfolio of scenes from the making of Tin Ojeda’s Expencive Porno Movie. Ojeda worked on a shoestring budget, using...

Calculation, couched in the incalculable dynamics of the ocean, can be a tricky business. But it’s also an asset that can set a surf photographer...