artoftrim:

6’2 NPJ template.

artoftrim:

6’2 NPJ template.

Tread softly before you tread on my dreams

Beautiful words

Just found this, so happy i stumbled across it three years later. 

See you later Pard.

No matter what, nobody can take away the dances you’ve already had.
Thanks for everything. Be calm. God Awaits you at the door. 

See you later Pard.

No matter what, nobody can take away the dances you’ve already had.

Thanks for everything. Be calm. God Awaits you at the door. 

The Manure is down and the food is coming. Check out Moy Hill community Garden at http://moyhillcommunitygarden.wordpress.com/  Its where i have been spending most of my moments recently with Fergy and Corbs. 

Tracker. Yewp.

First photo - Mitch Corbett

Last Photo - Stole from Finisterre - Think Shot Al Mak

Coming Up For Air

Mr Corbett

Had some few special days with Mitch Andrew Corbett over the years, Happy birthday brother. Few shots and his new clip that he filmed and edited over the past 12 months whilst he had a broken back and was in recovery. 

What are Cornish boys to do?

Painting http://instagram.com/dannyfoxpain

211 volunteers joined our 2 day Surfers Against Sewage Beach Clean at Sennen and Gwynver. Thanks you for helping us collect over 200 bags of plastic and several tractor loads of rope from both beaches photo: Greg Martin

211 volunteers joined our 2 day Surfers Against Sewage Beach Clean at Sennen and Gwynver. Thanks you for helping us collect over 200 bags of plastic and several tractor loads of rope from both beaches photo: Greg Martin

(Source: davemuir)

The International Court of Justice has ordered a temporary halt to Japan’s annual slaughter of whales in the southern ocean after concluding that the hunts are not, as Japan claims, conducted for scientific research.

Good Vibrations 

The International Court of Justice has ordered a temporary halt to Japan’s annual slaughter of whales in the southern ocean after concluding that the hunts are not, as Japan claims, conducted for scientific research.

Good Vibrations 

Describing some of the photos.

1- Just spent a week in this tent in a clod place surfing amazing waves with some really cool people. Stole this image from http://www.finisterreuk.com/

2- Surfed some special waves with noah. Stole this photo from Chris, http://urchinhowl.tumblr.com/

3- It took a while to get around but if it was easy would it be worth doing. 

4- When i got back to Ireland was welcomed by this. Missed Mickey though. 

5- Still the boys were there, group shot with our matching jackets and the love of my life Bua (the hound)

6- Warming our feet by the fire. Stole this shot off Chris off http://urchinhowl.tumblr.com/

7- Noah came to Clare for a few days, surfed very well indeed, dug some trees fed the pigs and think he had a good time. 

8- Met a cool donkey. Name unknown. 

Gonna save the writing for the trip for ink and paper but it was very special, was buzzing to be hanging in the raddest tent in the world on a beautiful cliff surfing our cold little brains out. Thanks to everyone, pleasure to hang and so lovely to realise that even as we grow older we can continue to make great friends, that inspire us and make us laugh. Seen the Northern lights for the first time, camped for 2 weeks, washed with salt water, it was -5c but hearts were warm. After it all we went to the four corners of the Britain and Ireland. Yewp. 

Vitacoco are hydrating the beach cleaners at Gwithin this weekend so get down there get healthy and good vibrations in partnership with sas

Vitacoco are hydrating the beach cleaners at Gwithin this weekend so get down there get healthy and good vibrations in partnership with sas

We are calling on coastal community volunteers to roll up their sleeves in the wake of the winter storms and head down to their nearest Big Spring Beach Clean event, which will be running at over120 of our beautiful beaches across the UK this 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st March to help tackle the marine litter crisis.
Coastal communities have found their beaches impacted by marine litter on an unprecedented scale. Tide lines are covered in a thick, multi-coloured layer of marine litter as far as the eye can see. Cotton bud sticks, shipping crates, carrier bags, water bottles, fishing netting, cigarette butts, mermaid’s tears – the vast majority of it plastics. In response to these devastating beach scenes we have called on coastal communities across the UK to respond to this crisis and to register their favourite beaches as part of our Big Spring Beach Clean.
The response of community lead volunteers has been truly inspiring and with Big Spring Beach Cleans going ahead at over 120 beaches from Sennen to Thurso and Cromer to Portrush. We are now calling for 3000 volunteers to support your local events by heading down and lending their helping hands to remove over 15 tonnes of marine litter from our precious coastlines this March.
Everyone is welcome at these fantastic events. To find your nearest Big Spring Beach Clean go to the events page, email beachcleans@sas.org.uk or call 01872 553001 and get involved. We have provided Lead Volunteers with beach clean equipment plus full health and safety, public liability and event organisation support. Meaning that you can be sure of a safe, informative and, most importantly, fun event!
Marine litter isn’t just an unsightly and hazardous mess of brightly coloured objects that people have to contend with on a family trip to the beach, it is a direct and increasing threat to the sustainability of our marine ecosystems. Plastics make up the vast majority of marine litter and will persist in our marine environments for hundreds if not thousands of years wreaking havoc upon marine life. From well-documented tragedies such as whales and turtles mistaking our single use shopping bags for jelly fish, to the bio-accumulation of gender bending persistent organic pollutants (POPs) such as PCBs, within food chains due to marine life mistaking micro-plastics for food.
Surfers Against Sewage are pleased to welcome Vita Coco Coconut Water as Big Spring Beach Clean lead sponsors, their teams will be rolling up their sleeves and joining them on beaches across the UK whilst providing much needed hydration for volunteers at three Flagship Big Spring Beach Clean Events. SAS are also delighted that Vita Coco Coconut Water will be working with them to maximise recycling at all events.
Surfers Against Sewage are more active than ever before in responding to the marine litter crisis through innovative & award-winning campaigns and the imminent announcement of an ambitious and ground-breaking Marine Litter Report, exploring the scale and causes of the marine litter crisis and the announcement the strategies that SAS believe can deliver the reductions needed in levels of marine litter to protect the environment.
SAS would like to thank this year’s Big Spring Beach Clean sponsors;
In association with Vita Coco Coconut Water.
Supported by; Kleen Kanteen, Magicseaweed, Visit Cornwall, Haven Holidays, Pickwell Manor, Responsible Travel, Skye Adventure and thanks also to the 100 individual donors to their Big Spring Beach Clean Appeal.
Hugo Tagholm, SAS Chief Executive
“The marine litter crisis poses an unprecedented threat to the sustainability of our marine environments a threat that the world is only just waking up to. This March when over 120 coastal communities unite, during our Big Spring Beach Clean, to confront the marine litter crisis we hope to turn that awakening into action”
Giles Brook, CEO – Europe of Vita Coco Coconut Water says;
“We’re delighted to support the UK’s leading environmental surf charity to better protect beaches from marine litter. As a brand, Vita Coco was born on the beaches of Brazil, so we fully support the importance of protecting our beautiful beaches for future generations to enjoy. We are excited to roll our sleeves up and get stuck into cleaning beaches all around the UK this March.”

We are calling on coastal community volunteers to roll up their sleeves in the wake of the winter storms and head down to their nearest Big Spring Beach Clean event, which will be running at over120 of our beautiful beaches across the UK this 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st March to help tackle the marine litter crisis.

Coastal communities have found their beaches impacted by marine litter on an unprecedented scale. Tide lines are covered in a thick, multi-coloured layer of marine litter as far as the eye can see. Cotton bud sticks, shipping crates, carrier bags, water bottles, fishing netting, cigarette butts, mermaid’s tears – the vast majority of it plastics. In response to these devastating beach scenes we have called on coastal communities across the UK to respond to this crisis and to register their favourite beaches as part of our Big Spring Beach Clean.

The response of community lead volunteers has been truly inspiring and with Big Spring Beach Cleans going ahead at over 120 beaches from Sennen to Thurso and Cromer to Portrush. We are now calling for 3000 volunteers to support your local events by heading down and lending their helping hands to remove over 15 tonnes of marine litter from our precious coastlines this March.

Everyone is welcome at these fantastic events. To find your nearest Big Spring Beach Clean go to the events page, email beachcleans@sas.org.uk or call 01872 553001 and get involved. We have provided Lead Volunteers with beach clean equipment plus full health and safety, public liability and event organisation support. Meaning that you can be sure of a safe, informative and, most importantly, fun event!

Marine litter isn’t just an unsightly and hazardous mess of brightly coloured objects that people have to contend with on a family trip to the beach, it is a direct and increasing threat to the sustainability of our marine ecosystems. Plastics make up the vast majority of marine litter and will persist in our marine environments for hundreds if not thousands of years wreaking havoc upon marine life. From well-documented tragedies such as whales and turtles mistaking our single use shopping bags for jelly fish, to the bio-accumulation of gender bending persistent organic pollutants (POPs) such as PCBs, within food chains due to marine life mistaking micro-plastics for food.

Surfers Against Sewage are pleased to welcome Vita Coco Coconut Water as Big Spring Beach Clean lead sponsors, their teams will be rolling up their sleeves and joining them on beaches across the UK whilst providing much needed hydration for volunteers at three Flagship Big Spring Beach Clean Events. SAS are also delighted that Vita Coco Coconut Water will be working with them to maximise recycling at all events.

Surfers Against Sewage are more active than ever before in responding to the marine litter crisis through innovative & award-winning campaigns and the imminent announcement of an ambitious and ground-breaking Marine Litter Report, exploring the scale and causes of the marine litter crisis and the announcement the strategies that SAS believe can deliver the reductions needed in levels of marine litter to protect the environment.

SAS would like to thank this year’s Big Spring Beach Clean sponsors;

In association with Vita Coco Coconut Water.

Supported by; Kleen Kanteen, Magicseaweed, Visit Cornwall, Haven Holidays, Pickwell Manor, Responsible Travel, Skye Adventure and thanks also to the 100 individual donors to their Big Spring Beach Clean Appeal.

Hugo Tagholm, SAS Chief Executive

“The marine litter crisis poses an unprecedented threat to the sustainability of our marine environments a threat that the world is only just waking up to. This March when over 120 coastal communities unite, during our Big Spring Beach Clean, to confront the marine litter crisis we hope to turn that awakening into action”

Giles Brook, CEO – Europe of Vita Coco Coconut Water says;

“We’re delighted to support the UK’s leading environmental surf charity to better protect beaches from marine litter. As a brand, Vita Coco was born on the beaches of Brazil, so we fully support the importance of protecting our beautiful beaches for future generations to enjoy. We are excited to roll our sleeves up and get stuck into cleaning beaches all around the UK this March.”