The deepest depths of Cornwall's coastline is wild and rugged, punctuated with the odd tin mine visible from shore and at least one castle in the sea. It is a place that prides itself on pagan heritage, with much of the Duchy's traditions grounded from those ancient teachings – and the waves are as elemental and as raw as the people who call it home.
Here, Mike Lay dances across a diverse set of locales in the far west, with a quiver of watercraft as nuanced as the wave variety. The result is a stunning homage to cruising and shredding at home called Cynevin, an 18-minute film cut by Seth Hughes. If you want pure log-style, skip to the 14 minute mark. But hang around for some mid-length action, twin fin... Mike's not fussy.