Groundbreaking film sequence from the 1973 surf documentary "Crystal Voyager".
The closing sequence, Greenough's short film Echoes, is generally
considered to be the highlight of the film. Filmed with a camera in a
waterproof housing strapped to Greenough’s back, the sequence is
composed entirely of slow-motion footage shot inside the curl of waves,
edited to the 23-minute song "Echoes" by Pink Floyd.
The group reportedly allowed Elfick and Greenough to use the music in
their film in exchange for the use of Greenough's footage as a visual
background when they performed "Echoes" in concert.
In: Other Entertainment
Tags: surfing, waves, underwater, slow motion, pink floyd, psychedelic, nature, beauty, rad, tubular, awesome
Location: Santa Barbara, California, United States (load item map)
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