Color Chips: The Triumphant Return of Artisnal Glass Jobs
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Hillary Hauser shows us a different perspective of some of surfing’s most infamous waves. With the aid of local surfers and divers, she explores the places that the surfers don’t want to think about. Mavericks, true to it’s fickle reputation, was the most challenging and scary dive, showing that even if you know whats down there, it doesn’t make it easier.