Infinite Games: The Final Days of Peter Crawford


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Photographer, publisher, surfer, writer, poet-philosopher Peter Crawford died suddenly by a snakebite in Bali, stunning the surfing world. DC Green talks to people close to Crawford such as Critta Byrne, David Smith and Pamela Peel about Crawford’s accomplishments as a kneeboarder at Dee Why Point in Sydney, his surf photography, eccentricities and spirituality leading up to the final days before his death in Bali.