A young Vezo fisherman paddles by me out of curiosity off the coast of Madagascar. The Vezo (the word means "people who fish") rely entirely on fishing, who for the past 2,000 years have been navigating the stretch of the Indian Ocean that separates Madagascar from the African continent in hand-carved pirogues. Their livelihoods are at risk though as commercial fishing boats from Asia are overfishing the local waters. by Jody MacDonald - www.jodymacdonaldphotography.com
C'est cool! Absolutely LOVE this photo a well dressed man surfing!
paragliding on the coast of Mozambique at sunset
Haleiwa farmer's market
Tranquil and beautiful, but on the edge of disaster if you're not careful.
i wanna go surfing so bad
Jamie Mitchell, prone paddleboarding god.
Kayaking at sunrise on Kailua Bay, Mokolua Islands in bg, Oahu, Hawaii
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