WATCH: 'See Saw' a Stunning New Clip out of Ireland

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Remember back in 2016, Ireland's Noah Lane won MSW's Winter Session, a competition to find the greatest wave ridden across the northern hemi's fabulously frigid months. Noah's edit was stunning. No question about that. And since then, Noah's dropped a number of clips that make us all scratch our heads in disbelief. This latest outing, titled See Saw is simply stunning.

“The idea for the project came off the back of the Variety series that João [Tudella, filmer] and I worked on through last winter,” says Noah. “We wanted to develop the original concept exploring the different ways you can interact with the ocean and try to inspire a connection through surfing but in a more palatable format.

“Joao spends loads of his time filming Atlantic wildlife and I know nothing other than the ocean so we both care a lot about it. We were on the same page and felt like there’s a lot of incredible, informative films out there but many of them leave you feeling guilty, shamed or jaded about the message. We wanted to strip it back to purely beautiful visuals, sound and obviously the thing we both know, surfing.

“The idea was that hopefully the viewer might find something in there that rekindles or sparks an interest in the place that means so much to us. It’s a convoluted way to explain a relatively simple film but at the end of the day the process was as much for us as it was for whoever watches it. Attempting to make sense of an environment that often defies understanding.”

Just hit play above.