The Top 10 In Action Sports
01À la Recherche du Stoke Perdu: How I Rekindled the Fire After Falling Out of Love With Surfing
02Pacific Paradise: A Journey to the Philippines' Final Frontier
03Surfing is for Sellouts: Why Catching Waves with Just Your Body is The Ultimate Ride
04A Journey Into Darkness: We Went Mountain Biking in the Abandoned Mines of Slovenia
05Against All Odds: The Incredible Story of One Surfer's Battle with his Own Government
06“Strava Has No Place Here” Mountain Biking In India
07Surf. Sit. Repeat. Is a Fake Wave on a Welsh Lake About to Start a Surfing Revolution?
09Mad Descents & Lunar Landscapes: Incredible Shots from One of Europe’s Best MTB Destinations
10Why Do We Travel?
Harry in his own words has been fishing on Lake Hawea since before he was born, he brought the family farm in 1984 and diversified into tourism and fishing in the 1990s. In describing Lake Hawea Harry says “How can you describe that – you’ve just got to live it”.
Harry was born here into one of the old, established farming families in the area. He is one of 6 children - 5 brothers and one sister. His ancestors arrived in Dunedin in 1874 from around Loch Ness and The Isle of Harris in Scotland, where they were landless shepherds and fishermen who later acquired government land grant in the Upper Clutha region.
Filmed & Directed by Tim Pierce
Edited by Ryan Larraman
Artist: Broadcast 2000
Track: Run instrumental