Last week’s run of east swell continued into the weekend and provided some tasty beach break barrels for the early birds on Saturday and Sunday morning. A crisp westerly on the first day of April whistled over the sand dunes and groomed a head high barrel session for a couple of mates who were on to the extra hour of morning light. I didn’t get the camera out till much later in the morning when the tide started to drop too much, but there was still the odd nugget hitting the shallow sandbanks… very nice way to start the month of April indeed!….. wanna get photographed like this in the tube for ten days straight in the idyllic reefs of the Maldives?? well you can, just sign on to our trip to the Maldives in July and you will have a stack of surf images that will be with you for a lifetime… not to mention a magical winter escape… click here for more deets
These shots were taken around 7am (last weeks sunrise time)…. I got more than an hour of surfing before getting the camera out….much better use of the morning hours. Daylight saving should be saved for summer months only.
backlit hollowness yesterday morning
perfectly compressed – not an inch more of Harley could fit into this hole
warbly little kegs