We live in an energetic world, a world of flux and flow. Of competing spaces, modern places and the natural rhythms of our environment. This dualistic competing reality is evident in our resistance to protecting the very environment that sustains us and relevant to our very existence on the planet.
We are drawn to the surf, to the ocean and her pulse, to her rhythm and her power and yet metaphorically, this is the very place our worlds collide this return to something lost, where the land meets the sea and man meets nature; A place of convergence and resistance. A place where waves are made, where our connection to nature is reconstituted, where rhythm is given form and water becomes our worship.