A few snaps from the madness at Dee Why point this morning. The wind decided not to go onshore, but instead swung SW and the SE swell though down a bit from earlier, was still 3.6 metres at 11 seconds on the MHL buoy. Tide was making it relatively fat and the rawness of the swell meant that everything was sorta lumpy. Regular sprinkles and dull skies didn’t add to the attractiveness. Nevertheless, half a dozen of the usual suspects were getting amongst it.