Republic of Maldives - “Reethi Raajje"Full post
Republic of Maldives - “Reethi Raajje" ("beautiful Maldives" in Dhivehi, local language) Because we are a the Blue Company and close to the ocean, all our item names come from islands, little and big Jewells in our seas, spread all over our blue planet.
Our Chile TripFull post
This story actually starts in 1997. I was spending a school year abroad on the island of Maui, Hawaii and my brother, who was traveling around the world, decided to come for a visit. We were in the water nearly every day and became obsessed with traveling and discovering new waves.
Back to the rootsFull post
More or less 8 years ago, we passed on our apartment in Hamburg to my brother, totally overloaded a moving van with our furniture and set out to make our dream come true in the Basque Country.
Snow SurfingFull post
Every morning, after reading the avalanche report, we took our split-boards and touring skis, and decided which mountain to climb. For the steepest parts and most exposed slopes, we had to take snow profiles for deciding whether to continue ascending or not (the chamois didn’t care too much about it, though). To learn to read maps according to avalanche reports and to learn to read the profile of the snow for decision making was a very informative and interesting part of the whole thing.
Surf in CornwallFull post
Shooting coastal images on film, for me, there is no better medium than dated old film to capture the essence of what makes surfing in Cornwall so special.
Summer Notes - Fornells (Begur)Full post
You will be impressed by the thick and dark sand of this hidden beach and the crystal clear water. Platja Fonda managed to keep its primitive purity that you can rarely find in any other places of Costa Brava.
Tenerife: Europe's answer to HawaiiFull post
We didn't expect such a rich landscape, the different types of rock, colours, shapes, the solid lava, the unique flora, reptiles, etc. It all made it a special place to remember. Again we couldn’t help comparing it with another part of Kauai, the Waimea Canyon, both have such a big topographical and climatological contrast with the rest of the island that make them so remarkable and unique.