Rainy day at drop box

Riktigt snygg edit av Adam Dewolfe från Vancouver.

"Adam Dewolfe's entry to the Canadian surf film festival. All was filmed on one classic rainy day on the west coast of Vancouver island. Raph Bruhwiler,Catherine Bruhwiler and Peter Devries headed out on a two hour boat ride through solid swell and the clouds pissing rain the whole time. Its the reality of surfing on the west coast of Canada. If the weather sucks the waves are usually pretty good.”


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