50 Shades Of Blue - Featuring Medina, Wilko, Ho & Santos

3 Mar 2016 0 Share

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Fifty Shades Of Blue

The array and spectrum of shades of 'real world' blues can blow your mind. Four of the best; Gabriel Medina, Matt Wilkinson, Mason Ho and Bruno Santos take you deep into a place where the vibrancy of the natural colour pallet are complemented by mouthwatering waves and mind blowing surfing. It's all part of the eternal search as a surfer. The disconnect from the modern world to a place that, when viewed from your device, seems so close yet so far.

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