Aloha from the 1890s! Fascinating 120-year-old images show Hawaiian natives carrying their primitive boards during the birth of surfing

These stunning 19th-century photographs give a glimpse of how Hawaiian natives lived on the islands before they became a US state in 1959. The 120-year-old images provide a snapshot of life on the tropical islands and include intimate photographs of the native population. Herbert Smith, a draper from Manchester, who lived in Hawaii in the […]

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Welcome to tandem surfing: Incredible acrobatic duo throw gymnastic shapes while riding the waves

It takes a lot of skill to surf a wave normally on a surfboard, but to hold different shapes in the air on the shoulders of a partner is even more challenging. That is what talented pair Lauren Oiye and Chuck Inman were caught doing while taking part in the Tandem Surfing competitions in Waikiki, […]

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