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The Bela Arte : Ireland

by on Tuesday 26th November, 2013   21971 Visits   Comments

Chapter 3 of The Bela Arte, an absorbing piece of surf cinema directed by Gustavo Imigrante. In this segment Imigrante captures a well known Irish slab in all of its brutal glory. The lips are thick, the drops late, and the barrels implausible. Bodyboarders pioneered this spot and they continue to dominate when conditions get critical.

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