Thursday, 27 April 2017

Let Go Or Be Dragged

Early this year the Billabong Adventure Division embarked on a trip to to the rural corners of Co Clare, Ireland. Desillusion Magazine editor Robin Pailler, spent three days documenting Shane Dorian & Benjamin Sanchis as they travelled across the Irish landscape, in search of some of the heaviest waves nature has to offer.

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