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Jeff Divine doc à Read Î Jeff Divine Ò [Download] ➹ Jeff Divine: 70s Surf Photographs By Jeff Divine – Goproled.co.uk A colorful insider portrait of '70s surf culture with a foreword by Pulitzer Prize winning author William FinneganIf you were there even just for some of it Hawaii California surfing the '70s the A colorful insider portrait of '70s surf culture with a foreword by Pulitzer Prize winning author William FinneganIf you were there even just for some of it Hawaii California surfing the '70s the memories and stories will flow freely from these photographs Jeff Divine was there for all of it and these images have been culled from an enormous personal archive Divine was shooting for Surfer the monthly magazine that was the bible of the scene His photos from this archive show the precommercialized era in surfing when the hippie influence still held sway Surfers had their own slang infused language and were deep into a world of Mother Ocean wilderness and a culture that mainstream society spurned Surfboards were handmade in family garages often made for a specific kind of wave or speed for paddling ease of turning and featured all kinds of psychedelic designs Some were even hollowed out to smuggle hash from Morocco The color and black and white photographs collected here taken throughout California on the coastlines at Baja Dana Point Laguna Beach La Jolla Malibu San Clemente and Oahu give a vivid image of this close knit culture and the incredible athletic feats of its heroes and heroines Raised in La Jolla California Jeff Divine born 1950 started photographing the surfing world in 1966 He held jobs as photo editor for 35 years with Surfer magazine and Surfer's Journal His works have been displayed worldwide in museums and galleries as well as in books magazines and media In 2019 he was inducted into the Huntington Beach Surfing Walk of Fame for his contribution to surf culture in a career lasting 50 years

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A colorful insider portrait of '70s surf culture with a foreword by Pulitzer Prize winning author William FinneganIf you were there even just for some of it Hawaii California surfing the '70s the memories and stories will flow freely from these photographs Jeff Divine was there for all of it and these images have been culled from an enormous personal archive Divine was shooting for Surfer the monthly magazine that was the bible of the scene His photos from this archive show the precommercialized era in surfing when the hippie influence still held sway Surfers had their own slang infused language and were deep into a world of Mother Ocean wilderness and a culture that mainstream society spurned Surfboards were handmade in family garages often made for a specific kind of wave or speed for paddling ease of turning and featured all kinds of psychedelic designs Some were even hollowed out to smuggle hash from Morocco The color and black and white photographs collected here taken throughout California on the coastlines at Baja Dana Point Laguna Beach La Jolla Malibu San Clemente and Oahu give a vivid image of this close knit culture and the incredible athletic feats of its heroes and heroines Raised in La Jolla California Jeff Divine born 1950 started photographing the surfing world in 1966 He held jobs as photo editor for 35 years with Surfer magazine and Surfer's Journal His works have been displayed worldwide in museums and galleries as well as in books magazines and media In 2019 he was inducted into the Huntington Beach Surfing Walk of Fame for his contribution to surf culture in a career lasting 50 years

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Jeff Divine 70s Surf PhotographsA colorful insider portrait of '70s surf culture with a foreword by Pulitzer Prize winning author William FinneganIf you were there even just for some of it Hawaii California surfing the '70s the memories and stories will flow freely from these photographs Jeff Divine was there for all of it and these images have been culled from an enormous personal archive Divine was shooting for Surfer the monthly magazine that was the bible of the scene His photos from this archive show the precommercialized era in surfing when the hippie influence still held sway Surfers had their own slang infused language and were deep into a world of Mother Ocean wilderness and a culture that mainstream society spurned Surfboards were handmade in family garages often made for a specific kind of wave or speed for paddling ease of turning and featured all kinds of psychedelic designs Some were even hollowed out to smuggle hash from Morocco The color and black and white photographs collected here taken throughout California on the coastlines at Baja Dana Point Laguna Beach La Jolla Malibu San Clemente and Oahu give a vivid image of this close knit culture and the incredible athletic feats of its heroes and heroines Raised in La Jolla California Jeff Divine born 1950 started photographing the surfing world in 1966 He held jobs as photo editor for 35 years with Surfer magazine and Surfer's Journal His works have been displayed worldwide in museums and galleries as well as in books magazines and media In 2019 he was inducted into the Huntington Beach Surfing Walk of Fame for his contribution to surf culture in a career lasting 50 years