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Nouvelle Vague Magazine
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Nouvelle Vague is an independent bi-annual magazine focused on the artistic, cultural and communal lifestyle elements surrounding surfing.
Nouvelle Vague is an independent bi-annual magazine focused on the artistic, cultural and communal lifestyle elements surrounding surfing.

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There's something magical about the West Coast of Canada and we're obsessed by our team member's photo, Alexandra Côté-Durrer. Tell us your experiences about cold water surfing 👇🏼
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Dreaming of this tonight!
Mountains and hills - Montañas y sierras
Bariloche - Provincia de Río Negro, Argentina

Some of the mountains and hills of Neuquén province, as seen across Lake Nahuel Huapi from Bariloche in Río Negro province. Probably the best shot I've ever taken from a bar!

Algunas montañas y sierras de la provincia de Neuquén, como se ven en frente del lago Nahuel Huapi desde Bariloche en la provincia de Río Negro. Probablemente, la mejor foto que tomé desde un bar!

#argentina #neuquen #bariloche #rionegro #patagonia #sunset #atardecer #landscape #landscapephotography #paisaje #mountains #montañas #lake #lago
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"We were experiencing a common trap of modern day travel - we had stored up a backlog of images in our minds that we had seen through our various digital media devices, allowing us to construct a utopian ideal of this island that reality would surely fall short of. We expected instant gratification, the type you get when swiping left on Tinder or search for an answer on Wikipedia which results in a small certificate of expertise. We wanted Terceira to provide us with grand enlightenment, to bask in a world greater than our own."

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"Lukas Maeder’s project of launching a photo book about his journey with the Berlin-based band, Mighty Oaks, started as a typical utopia to end up being one of his biggest project so far. Renowned for shooting big names in the music industry such Snoop Dogg, ASAP Rocky and Ice Cube, he decided to give a new perspective to his work by showcasing the behind-the-scene moments of the band." Read the full story and make sure you don't miss the event in Zürich, here:
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Submissions for the print magazine are accepted until April 16th. Get more informations about it all here:
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"It is uncanny how often an idiosyncrasy in the cultural or geographical layout of a place is reflected in its surf. Heavy East Coast towns with high industry, alcoholism, and locals with missing teeth seemed more often to boast heavy, unfriendly surfing breaks. Yet tropical paradises, complete with warm handshakes and frequent smiles tended to contain long, lazy, blissful surf. This forced me to question whether it was not the surf that created the surfer; whether our external passions may have a formative role in our internal dispositions, to such an extent that the shape of a wave may actually shape our personalities… Either that, or I’m desperately searching to draw conclusions where there are none. I leave that to you to answer."
// Which one is better - the Eastern Coast of South Africa or the Western one? Read the full story of George Kirkinis here:
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The Philippines isn't a bad place to go surf at all - find all our favourite surf spots (and restaurants) to go try during your stay in Siargao Island. See more:
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"The journey of driving down the pacific coast had pervaded my daydreams since I was a young teenager. When Claire and I bought our camper van eight months prior to leaving, my daydreams finally took the shape of concrete plans. The rhythms of nature and adventure writers Jack Kerouac and Gary Snyder, along with an unhealthy dose of Instagram influence, helped me paint an excessively romantic picture of what our road trip would look like. Reading Christian Beamish’s Voyage of the Cormorant, a short memoir of his solo surf explorations in his homemade 18-foot open boat, helped me realize that I had to tether the romantic road trip of my dreams to something more realistic. I tried hard to account for the misfortunes and harsh realities that inevitably sneak their way into any road trip. But as we packed up the van and poured over maps, charting where we would surf and camp along the way, I couldn’t help but imagine our trip as a long string of consecutive peak experiences achieved while surfing the world’s most shapely waves and living a quiet, distraction-free life."
// Read the full surf adventure from Vancouver to Baja of Michael Crawford here:
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When you're from Canada and haven't grow up with surfing in your life, taking photos of the Australian Open of Surfing can seems like an unreal experience. See more photos of Guillaume St-Amand here:
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We are now on Pinterest and having such a blast! Visit us for daily surf and travel inspirations.
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