Here’s a classic from the archive, featuring style-master Harrison Roach drawing beautiful lines along some big clean Moroccan walls.
“Under the unforgiving cliff faces lay peeling waves…one after another. Unridden walls, pushed and thrown by a howling offshore and shadowed by a dry desert landscape. Created by powerful, Atlantic ocean ground swells these walls track towards land, becoming intense and perfect by the time they reach the western coastline.”
Filmed and edited by Andrew Gough.