REMOTE PARADISE FULL OF TRASH
Photographer Zak Noyle from Honolulu’s Surfer Magazine travelled more than 40 hours –8 hours by boat, 12 hours driving and nearly 24 hours flying– to reach what he was told was a pristine surfer’s paradise. He and his crew then shot these photos of surfer Dede Suryana (pictured) and of the shoreline area without Dede. Apparently Indonesian cities don’t have very advanced garbage collection and a lot of it just goes straight into the river. Noyle described it as a ‘wake-up call for us all.’ D’ya think?