What’s in issue 3?
A massive chunk of rare red cedar emerges after being embedded in a riverbank for a hundred years, it’s now being made into all manner of surf craft. Balinese orphans take to the ocean for the first time.
Tom Carroll has a conversation with the plastic surf-toy version of himself. Six keen Sydney photographers share their surf city. Seven surfside lighthouses shine.
Twenty two surfwriters craft gems especially for this edition. Thirty pages are given to the subject of family.
We find out more about the Blue Ringed Octopus than we really wanted to know.
There’s more, but you get the drift.
White Horses issue three, clear some couch time.