Winter is Coming
The cold water has arrived and with it has come some serious waves. This is the time of year in NY when all the kiddies that thought it was “so radical” to take up surfing for the summer go away and the cream of the crop rises to the top. When you realize that this isn’t just a warm water hobby but a serious addiction that is only satisfied by the cold heavy hand of mother natures raw force.
Let the fun start
Wished he made this massive air drop but you have to have a serious pair to try
It was so hard to stay in position, Would have love to be able to shoot fisheye in the pit but when your swimming against a raging current my 17-55mm lens is money.
A lot of surfers where out, but you could quickly tell the one’s treading water and the one’s charging
Days like this I don’t even mind that they are devoid of color, waves like these aren’t pretty, deal with it.
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Winter’s the best time for surfers fo sho!
October 12, 2013 at 10:42 am
It really is!!! I know it’s cold but there is always more power
October 12, 2013 at 2:10 pm
Haven’t been by lately but picked a good day! Good Job staying with it.
Debating quick trip from Central Oregon to the coast next week
for some sweet fall weather (last couple times aquamarine in color); talking one day eight hours driving for a few surfing.
Or work just a little longer; maybe try and go to the pool for some fitness;
And take the wife and kids to a week in Cambria over Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Then options of the Ranch w buddy and ski and/or Rcon. And Oregon style uncrowded beach/reef breaks in Cambria to boot!
October 12, 2013 at 7:55 pm
Reblogged this on Rembeau and commented:
Love the cold water surf, love the great waves … love how half the people head south for the winter.
October 13, 2013 at 12:12 pm