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Browse Jwan’s collection of retro surf imagery, including classic old combi vans and some amazing collections of vintage single fin longboards.
Raglan Line ups
Browse Jwan’s collection of line up photos, including the long left hand line ups of Raglan and Lennox Head Point in Australia.
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A series of surf images taken over 40 years in New Zealand, including spots such as the Raglan, Taranaki and Whangamata.
Browse New Zealand
Jwan’s collection of arial photography give you a birds eye view of some of Raglan’s best known surf spots.
Feel the ocean and it’s energy through Jwan’s collection of Wild Waves.
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West Coast Scenes
A photo can say a thousand words and some of Jwan’s scenic photography does just that!
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This gallery features the wonderful natural world and its beautiful inhabitants. See stunning photography of native New Zealand birds and Australia’s dolphins.
A fun collection getting up close and personal with some of the worlds smallest waves.
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Waves, waves and more waves. You guessed it this gallery has a vast selection of ‘just waves’.
Surf photography in and around the Northern Rivers, including Byron Bay and Lennox Head.
Welcome to the official website for Jwan Milek, a widely recognised surf photographer. Born and raised on the East Coast of Australia, Jwan was drawn to the ocean and photography from an early age.
Being an enthusiastic surfer, Jwan was lead to the legendary left hand break Raglan in New Zealand, this is where he spent decades capturing vibrant, awe-inspiring surf, line up and wave photographs.
NZ Post Stamp featuring Jwan Milek’s Manu Bay line up photo.
‘Each of the five stamps in this issue featured one of New Zealand’s prime surfing spots, with dramatic images captured by some of New Zealand’s top surf photographers. The North Island was represented by two of New Zealand’s most well-known surf spots, Piha Bar in Piha and Manu Bay in Raglan, as well as the Waiwhakaiho River mouth in Taranaki along Surf Highway 45’
View the full New Zealand Surf Breaks stamp collection here.
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