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Peaking: A Big Wave Surfer’s Perspective – Carlos Burle – Part (2/6)


I loved the way this surfer philosophizes and describes his life, passion and fears. It is deep and meaningful. The waves and scenery are spectacular, the colors and movement couldn’t be captured on canvas as it’s forever changing… every split of a second… the essence of its beauty is the constant change through motion.
Enjoy it!

Published on Jul 2, 2013
For more Big Wave Surfing check out http://redbull.com/surfing
Previous Episode: http://youtu.be/zXfRUMKaH5c
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“Peaking – A Big Wave Surfer’s Perspective” is a new, six-part original series from RedBull.com/Surfing that will feature six different athletes at six different waves and document the intense 72-hour window around major swell events.

In the second installent of “Peaking” we follow Carlos for an intense 24-hrs as he prepares for and surfs the swell of the year at Teahupo’o.
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2 responses »

  1. I love to watch surfing.
    IF you know what you are doing, it must be an awesome experience.
    And if you don’t know what you are doing–say your prayers!
    I think the experienced surfers can see a good wave coming, even before it becomes a wave.

    Reply
    • So very true! I’m sure experience does that to them. It is indeed an extreme sport and can be fatal as you so nicely put it 🙂
      I’m going to post right now a second and even more spectacular video, not as profound on a philosophical scale but the most gigantic and magnificent wave ever seen.
      It’s absolutely fascinating. Thanks for watching it and commenting.

      Reply

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