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Alan Stokes on Cowry Shell Island

by on Wednesday 30th April, 2014   16986 Visits   Comments

Alan Stokes no doubt wishes he’d been shipwrecked on this idyllic Indian Ocean island, left in peace to enjoy the playground of waves lying just offshore. His trip to the Maldives was blessed with solid swell throughout, and he exploited those warm-water walls for all they were worth.

Captions by Alan Stokes. Images by Will Bailey.

 

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