What a surprise it was to wake up to semi pumping surf yesterday morning. Huey finally came through on Sunday and produced a clean east groundswell with offshore winds for the early birds and he brought some sunshine to boot! It looked more like a day out of Autumn than early December, with a cool westerly wind fanning stacked lines of swell, it was only head-high or a little larger but the quality was there and compared to recent times it felt amazing to be back into some better than average waves. The open beaches were good up till about 9am then it was over to the back beaches as the all to familiar northerly kicked in. I hope you guys got amongst it.
fun, green walls to play with on sunday morning…. I shot photos for about 15 minutes, but couldn’t last any longer than that…I was out there, it’s was the weekend after-all.. playtime!
“flyboy” Mark Merrikin showing that he can put his rail to good use when required
Every Friday around 12 O’clock 24 kids trott down to woopi main beach and learn to surf with the Solitary Islands surf school. Conditions last Friday were near perfect for them
Little Tommy at the Sandy Beach sunday arvo class….happy kid!
Banjo ; another stoked little grommie…. see more surf groms pics from the weekend here
sunday morning fun…see more here
The first screening of the Taylor Steele’s compilation innersection was shown worldwide on Thursday night (1st december) There was only 20 places in the world that it premiered and little ole Coffs was one of them. Water Cafe was kind enough to host the event to help celebrate Harley Ingleby and Shaun Cansdell (both local lads) inclusion into the film. Pretty sure the film will be in stores to purchase later this week… I will keep you posted. Until then check out the news story that NBN did for us on the friday night news for us HERE
Innersection trailer below