Tuesday morning saw solid two metre plus south swell and a low tide at Dee Why point for around 30 keen participants. Size ranged from shoulder-ish to solidly overhead. I managed to get over 200 pics of the action which you can check out by going here.
It was almost flat at Dee Why on Weds the 25th of June, but while the straight south swell was going by there, it was shoulder high plus around the corner at south Curl Curl. I rocked up around 1430 and shot for about an hour just because the lighting conditions were so nice.
Saturday morning saw the last little remnants of the previous day’s wind swell winding down. I happened to go by Curly around 0930 and stopped to do a bit of shooting. Waves were cute and the folks out there seemed to be having fun. Maybe you were one of them?
After shooting and getting in for a quick wave at Dee Why, I went over the hill to see how Saturday afternoon was playing out for the folk who decided on Curly for their surf session. Ended up sticking around for an hour or so getting pics… here are a few samples, along with links to the complete gallery.
A small SSE swell of around 1.5-2 metres coincided nicely with an incoming tide at South Curly on Saturday morning and I was there with the camera.
I shot for about an hour between 0900 and 1000 from a spot about 100 m north of the South Curl Curl SLSC.
It was sunny, glassy and pretty busy in the water, but there were some fun chest to shoulder high set waves to be caught. Below is a slideshow of some of the better ones. You can jump to the complete gallery by clicking here.