Photo by @susanblanda “In this quiet moment, you can really feel the connection between the surfers,” says Susan Blanda (@susanblanda), who took this photo in between sets of waves. “They share a deep love of the ocean that can’t be expressed in words. This spiritual connection is what I connect to. It’s what drives me to hang out at the beach and immerse myself in the surf culture.” #WHPinspired

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like this brach!


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Ух ты


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Wish could do this with my friends!


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And feel the RADIATION in the air !!!


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That’s so beautiful view.Imagine if you there...😍😍😍


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@xliii90 ردي خاص بسرعه


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@xliii90 ردي خاص بسرعه


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Thats probably how surfers wait for their waves.


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Follow me guys @shaddamkh



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