Waves n Wind
Welcome to my website.
This page exists to document adventure and exploration. To capture thrills and challenges – fleeting moments that somehow stay frozen in your mind forever. Experiencing nature in its many forms has given some of the best memories of my life. Through this site I am lucky enough to share some of these moments.
Enjoy the journey.
The rocks of Pedra Branca stand 26km from the southernmost point of land in Australia – well, technically it’s the Tasmania part of Australia. Sticking out of the Tasmanian Ocean, the rocks are a magnet for massive south swells coming up from the Antarctic. Big, mean, cold waves. Waves that hurt. Known for years as a tow-in spot for only the most fearless, unpredictable winds have kept windsurfers ashore – until now.
Realising the dreams of his countryman Jason Polakow, Australian pro windsurfer and student Alastair McLeod is the first windsurfer to ride the wave…
Read the full article here.
Sweet As — New Zealand, 2016
A short trip across the Tasman to the land of the kiwi, lots of sheep, overzealous camp rangers and more importantly a bunch of long, rocky left hand waves.
A sweet as sample of some New Zealand windsurfing. I’ll be back.
Read the whole blog post and see more photos here.