Volume 13 No. 3


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Infinite Games: The Final Days of Peter Crawford By D.C. Green, The Lens: Meditations from a Forgotten Shore By Christian Beamish, Ankle Snappers Photographs by Scott Carter, Coral Refuge: Ocean Deep The Cook Islands and Tuamotu Islands By Michael Kew, Versus: Paintings by Edem Elesh, Velzyland 2004: Photography by Art Brewer Words by Steve Pezman, Sketching the East Up the Seaboard with Hurricane Fabian and Isabel Photography by Brian Nevins Words by Kimball Taylor, First Strike: Glenn Hening on the Founding of Surfrider, It Needs to Be Round Portfolio: David Troyer. Plus… Drew Kampion on Saint Dale Webster; A first look at Kwajalein Atoll; A 20-foot version of Burleigh Heads that lies minutes from Cannery Row; The rebirth of Phil Edwards’ El Gato; A Grubby Clark tale.