Here we go again. After the flashbacks last year here is version 2 of it. There's not much to say about it. Filmed by all of us, again - 100% GoPro HD (1). Probably for the last time that there are so many pole shots in it, I think everybody is tired of it now... hehe!
Hidden Sea and the Pyramid of Fire
I was looking forward to see this movie since I heard about it for the first time. When reading about who is part of the crew and where they are going, I was expecting a bomb! :)
I watched it yesterday and really did like it. Great travels, great surfing, some insight and an amazing landscape! I guess every surf traveler would love to do the same... So safe up a shitload of money for that huge off-road camper van, the helicopter, high class camping gear, learn some russian and just go! ;)
Coldwatertrips are definitely part of my next travels!
Under The Weather - Surfing in New Zealand
I was posting the teaser a few weeks ago. I would have loved to see more of New Zealand itself and some more interviews & storyline. In the middle of the movie there is a little bit of it, but in my opinion it's not enough. But the movie proofs that there are tons of uncrowded waves in NZ which is good, haha! Great surfing too! I always liked the kiwis who I meet while traveling around - always nice people to hang out with!
Alright, that's really the last post related to the Central America trip we did last summer ;) I just finished uploading all the pictures on my Flickr, see some of my favorites below. As always everything was shot with a little Point&Shoot camera, the Yashica T4 on Kodak Portra 400. It was a great time!
And here's the little edit from the very beginning of this trip. That's all the video footage we have, so to get a better picture of the whole trip I would recommend checking out the flickr set.
Direct link to the video: vimeo.com/rawmeyn/nicaragua2012
When filming with Léa for OYS I also got to know her boyfriend Vincent. Both were super friendly and very interesting characters. They just put a new website online where I found that little video of Vincent. It really inspired me.