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Noa Emberson Jason Miller
photography & Captions by Tom Carey
Cover: Andrew Doheny, infrared blow tail.
We came. We thrashed. We destroyed.
...And later we apologized.
Droid, free from restraints, authorities and leeches.
Conner, Jack, Perry
Parker gets cheered up after a serious
bout with stroke.
Our Electric Blue Metal Heaven.
We found that the formula for an epic surf trip was ice-cold 014
beer, loud-ass speakers and no regrets. And also surfing. Dillon Perillo, surfing.
Can you guess whoâ€™s who?
There was no â€œFree Birdâ€?on this metal journey.
There were sprinkles of rap, though.
Clay Marzo made sure of it.
This is Gabriel, the resident handyman. MacGyver calls 020
him for advice.
Droid and Jack Morrissey. 021
using the perfect coping to his advantage.
The Coffin brothers.
A blue lightning strike almost barbequed the lineup this afternoon. Parker got a little jumpy.
Marzo, painting on a blood-stained canvas.
Lord of the Flies.
Flame broiled haircuts courtesy of our host. Jack Morrisey says, “A little off the top, sir.”
Jack Freestone is one of the best young aerialists these days. Here he proves the point with yet a lofty slob. 039
showing off his front side during a backside air reverse.
Andrew Doheny in surfingâ€™s glass house.
Thought he was just a power guy?
Conner Coffin, killing assumptions.
Clay Marzo is constantly pushing boundaries with his surfing. Here, an inverted backside method.
punk as hell.
Jack Freestone, launching over my head.
You arenâ€™t here.
Why not? 065
Parker performing what the crew called the move of the trip.
A clean backside three, no grab.
Dillon tastes like shitty music.
The Coffins are blowing up.
A quest for fire.
Dillon, Pawn to C-4.
This was Marzoâ€™s first trip back from a knee injury.
Already going for broke on another section.
A young man
and his throne.
Solid loft, gripping slob.
Conner, loving what speed can do for your surfing.
A young manâ€™s fascination with rockets...
....led the villagers to believe someone had a distress call.
Behind the scenes of the filming of Electric Wilderness