is this the future of surfing?

Photographer Michael Dyrland tried to surf one day in LA after a pretty hard rain, when he was stopped by beachgoers imploring him not to risk his health. See, it rains so rarely in LA, that when it does all the garbage, sewage, oil, and human waste (yes, you read that correctly) runs down the streets and right into the ocean.

Michael was so appalled by this notion he decided to partner with another photographer (Mike Marshall) to shoot surfers in hazmat suits to raise awareness for this problem and motivate people, companies, and organizations to take action.

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