Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo

The North Shore in Hawaii looks pretty amazing all year around. However, when you're stuck in a cold, grey, and largely miserable February in Great Britain, the blue skies, golden beaches, and breaking turquoise waves of North Shore look even more appealing.

Film maker Jack Germain's new film, Visions Of North captures the envy-inducing beauty of the Hawaiian coastline so much so that we've watched it twice, and both times caught ourselves trying to lick the screen. NB: Screens taste terrible.

Jack was lucky enough to be born in North Shore, before going to California to study film. Hawaii, California... it's enough to make you just a little bit sick, isn't it.

Visions Of North captures the surf paradise, and it goes without saying that wanging around on 8 feet of fibreglass features, but so do shots of amazing coastal scenery, native inhabitants including wales, dolphins and sharks, and a whole bunch of good looking young people having fun on the sand and in the sea.

Ready to pack your bags yet? We know we are...

Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo
Photo: Jack Germain / Vimeo

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