After shooting at Mona Vale earlier in the day, I lost most of the afternoon to work. But I was able to sneak out just on dusk to grab a few shots of the reeling barrels at South Narrabeen. Very, very few were made, but almost everyone was covered before the inevitable pounding.
As it got closer to lunchtime on Weds the 10th of Sept, a surprisingly energetic NE swell was beginning to make itself felt. By dusk it’d be 1.5-2.5 metres at close to 10 seconds apart. I shot for half an hour at Mona Vale just on noon – mostly of the main peak, but every now and then of the two or three people catching little fun ones in the Basin.
The NE swell that lit things up yesterday was on the fade this morning. But it wasn’t gone and Northy the patient crew were still jagging a few sweet ones on a sunny, offshore start to the day. I shot for an hour or so…
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