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by Ed Temperley on Thursday 22nd November, 2012 25013 Views
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In a world where everything is moving faster, where everything needs to be more efficient, will we suddenly overtake our futures even though we spend half our lives thinking about the past?
Whenever I go on these trips to far-out places the first thing that really hits home is that the people of these lands still hold onto something simpler that we seem to have lost. The ability to live life now, in the moment, day-to-day, minute-by-minute, there is no rush, no drama: just undivided attention as they greet you with a smile and a welcoming handshake.
It puts a lot of things into perspective and makes me think about how best a life is to be lived.
Here's the latest episode of StRaNGe Beautiful LIFE we had a great time on this trip but we haven't been yet, it was edited and uploaded tomorrow and filmed next week, enjoy
- Stokesy © 2013 A Tim Davies Production
"This place has been on both of our radars to visit for years for a number of different reasons" Says filmer, Tim Davies. "An abundance of right hand points, empty beachies, amazing culture and food and most importantly this is where they make Corona and Tequila!
"From a filming perspective Mexico had a lot to offer. Surf wise it left us with options to really open up Stokesy's surfing and also play with some interesting backlit angles and backdrops. Its one of those places where the lifestyle just shoots itself, the locals are so friendly and interested in you, always wearing a grin from ear-to-ear, it's refreshing. © 2013 Animal/Jason Feast
This beach was massive and I mean massive, there were barrelling lefts and rights as far as the eye could see, we were spoilt for choice and we couldn't figure out where to surf because every peak looked perfect.
We surfed here for three days straight and saw a shark on everyone of those days. In the end we were eventually chased from the water by two rather large looking predators and never surfed there again. © 2013 Animal/Jason Feast
We found this little point break with fun azure blue waves peeling down it, nothing crazy but with no one around it was like someone had given us the keys to the amusement park. Point breaks definitely keep you fit and it was a long run back in the Mexican midday sun. © 2013 Animal/Jason Feast
A perfect peak, not much you can say about this pic, I think it speaks for itself. © 2013 Animal/Jason Feast
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