Wayne Lynch, author & photographer of “Bears of the North: A Year Inside Their Worlds”
Wayne Lynch—science writer, photographer, and author of numerous books, most recently, “Bears of the North: A Year Inside Their Worlds,” a deep and thorough exploration of the four northern bears: […] The post Wayne Lynch, author & photographer of “Bears of the North: A Year Inside Their Worlds” first appeared on Talking Animals.
In this episode, I interview wildlife photographer and best-selling author, Wayne Lynch. Wayne has been photographing bears for over 40 years. In his new book, Bears Of The North: A Year Inside Their Worlds, he focuses on the northern species of bears; Brown Bears, Polar Bears, Asiatic Black Bears, and American Black Bears! Pre-order Waynes new bookListen to the after-show!Follow Corbin MaxeyWebsite: https://corbinmaxey.com YouTube: https://goo.gl/ZbuBnRTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/prvYxR/ Instagram: https://goo.gl/NDYWFF Facebook: https://goo.gl/ZsE1SP Twitter: https://goo.gl/F4zVfN
Ep. 46: Surf Legend Wayne Lynch, Gas Industry Responds to Surfrider Foundation
Tyler's feature interview with Australian surf legend Wayne Lynch. It's a deep dive into the sport and Lynch's life: from when he gained international fame in the late '60s, to the health toll of shaping his coveted boards, and that one time when Lynch was MIA from his family on Christmas because of swell. Also on the show, a response from the gas industry read by aloud by Ben to last week's show with Surfrider Industry.
The Surfer's Journal Biographies : Wayne Lynch and Tom Carroll - trailer
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Gobbo and The Fish share the obvious connection of being Australian goofyfoots and both are articulate spokesmen for their sport, but that's where the comparisons end. Sprouting from the ultra-competitive Sydney scene of the late 1970s, Tom Carroll became world champion and one of the most powerful and influencial surfers to ever lay a rail into Pipeline. He remains a fit, fully engaged force in any wavescape he enters.Wayne Lynch, Carroll's senior by over a decade, broke the regularfoot stranglehold on progressive surfing in the late 1960s, inventing lines that few could follow. As a shaper, his distinctive forms remain faithful to his unique philosophy, and his overall vibe expresses a bawdy yet thoughtful intelligence that defines a paradoxical nature. Though they peaked in different eras, Carroll and Lynch are bound by a high level of fitness and a deep love of waveriding. Both stories are told in intimate, surf-stoked detail in this edition of The Surfer's Journal Biographies.