Articles tagged with "oceaneye"Posted by: oceaneye on September 30th, 2011
Posted in: At large, Surf Reports.Tags: ocean eye, oceaneye, surprise swell, the ocean.Posted by: oceaneye on June 24th, 2009
www.Oceaneye.com.au – Did you miss out on this yesterday afternoon? Hey guys, Brad from Oceaneye here. Been a long time since posting on Realsurf.We’ve been very busy building a completely new site. Check it out if you haven’t lately. Anyhow, as most of us know, the surf was crud yesterday morning. After the midday storm and wind change, lunchtime was pumping!! If you missed out, we’ll be sending some photos of to our subscribers today. Too bad the howling offshores have halved the size today!
Posted in: At large.Tags: barrels, oceaneye, somewhere.Posted by: oceaneye on May 14th, 2009
You gotta love it when you paddle out to this
Better view from up here...
Great waves yesterday and today aint too bad either! Check out these Oceaneye shots from yesterday and this morning. Can’t tell you where they are though. You’ll have to work it out! Lots more photos can found in our Surf Sessions Gallery. Enjoy!
Posted in: At large.Tags: big waves, bungan beach, oceaneye.Posted by: oceaneye on April 26th, 2009
Bungan off the richter!
Photo: Bungan Beach off the richter! Yesterday.
Still plenty of fantastic waves today. Size around if you look for it. 3-4 and clean. Yesterday was just maddness though! Hope you all experienced a bit of it. Even if it was only from the beach! Check out our Bungan archive gallery at www.oceaneye.com.au
Posted in: At large.Tags: Avalon, huge waves, oceaneye.Posted by: oceaneye on April 16th, 2009
Massive North Avalon 25th
Photo: North Avalon all time!
How amazing was yesterday! Today is massively dissapointing. Hard to believe it’s the same ocean! Pretty small and fat in most places I’ve seen and read about. Oceaneye.com.au has new photo archives for yesterday. Manly, Avalon and Palm Beach will be added later. South palm was so perfect. Never seen it work like that before. Enjoy the day reminiscing in what has been.
Posted in: At large.Tags: narrabeen, oceaneye.Posted by: oceaneye on April 14th, 2009
Squat Barrel - Narrabeen
Photo: Squat Barrel – Narrabeen
Some nice smooth hollow waves this morning. As I report the wind has swung onshore, but the swell is still there and your normal reefs should have something to keep the punters interested this afternoon.
Posted in: At large.Tags: oceaneye, seaweed.Posted by: oceaneye on March 30th, 2009
Weed barrels anyone?
Photo: Manly – Want some weed? / Seaweed Soup!
Some small clean waves are around, but so is the dreaded stinky weed!
Posted in: At large.Tags: barrels, Manly, oceaneye, winkipop.Posted by: oceaneye on March 17th, 2009
Winkipop this morning and yesterday was firing
Photo: Winkipop this morning and yesterday looked like this. Sick!
Thanks god some decent waves hit this weekend and this morning… Just when I received 2 free nights in a hotel in the city and missed it all :o( Jules has been around and about though getting some great shots and pits himself. Hope you enjoy this one.
Posted in: At large.Tags: barrells, Dee Why, eel, in the tube, oceaneye.Posted by: oceaneye on March 10th, 2009
Photo: Dee Why barrel not so long ago.
Everyone, pray for more barrels like this one recently at Dee Why. Too much talk about the ‘S’ word lately has manifested them in the water. Lets talk more about the ‘B’ word and manifest these! :o)
Pray for more DY barrels like this one lately
Photo: Ugly beach eel
There are some other animals that have been joining us at the beach lately. Look out for them!
Ugly beach eel
Posted in: South Narrabeen.Tags: last week, oceaneye.
Reminisce to Narrabeen last Friday
Photo: Dropknee barrell on Friday.
Hello dedicated Realsurf readers. My name is Brad Rasmus and I represent Oceaneye.com.au – Northern Beaches Surf Photography. I was lucky enough to meet Don the other day and he allowed me access in submitting blogs to Realsurf. Stoked!
I won’t be on here reporting each day, but expect to find photos here once or twice a week to compliment Don’s handiwork here at Realsurf. I hope you enjoy the photos to come. Feel free to check out our site and subscribe to our weekly mail. Brad