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Our 9th Photo Annual | By Standup Paddling’s Greatest Moment Makers The Impact Zone: Photographers live in the impact zone. While the surf crowd defines this as the area where a wave of consequence will unleash its breaking energy, photographers will tell you different. They will point out that shooting beneath a thundering waterfall on a placid pond will certainly get your attention. They will tell you about the time they almost took their last snap on the way to a watery grave while pinned to a creek bed in two feet of turbulent rapids. They will recount the incident where the ice beneath their tripod legs started to crack like ice cubes in a cocktail glass when the hard liquor splashes into it. The other impact zone that image-makers will talk about the medium where all of their hard work sees the light of day. They know that the images they have labored over can and will have a strong impact…now and in the future.What you see on these pages today will become a visual reference point for future generations of standup paddlers to look back upon and either hoot or marvel at the way things were. Photographers know well the power of water and great photography because that is where they reside—at the intersection of water and light.So that makes this Photo Annual—our 9th and most diverse—The Impact Zone: a pixel explosion that aims to put you squarely in the minds and eyes of our string of immensely talented lens people, whose clear intention is to deliver maximum impact to you, our readers. -Glenn Dubock, Impact Wrench/Photo Editor

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