White Wash

Ted Woods
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Wow, this is so unreal! Nothing like Canada where we just see People.
I'm sorry it's all so backward there. Come to Canada for cold water surf! :o)

Dylan avatar

Venice Beach, California has gone through radical changes over the past 25 years. Before it became "Silicon Beach" and was fully gentrified (sadly), it was common to see people of color mastering the waves at popular surfing spots like leftside, breakwater, or Rose Beach. Latino-American, ...Read more

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