Well, as of mid December, 2008, we haven’t been overwhelmed by winter swells, yet.
We’re hoping a good winter lies ahead of us, but in the meantime, we’ve assembled a
collection of random photos from the past couple of months.
These are from a pretty evening at Depressions.
Clouds were hanging over the sun until this moment, when the sun broke through
and illuminated these clean little waves from behind.
Unsurfable, but nice to look at…..
Surf dogs enjoying the sunset.
A beauty of a winter morning at Coal Oil Point.
It was crystal clear early, but the fog bank was rolling in fast.
The same morning, around the corner.
These two shots are also the same morning, further up the coast.
Did a lot of searching for surf this morning…
Eventually, we found some decent waves…Persistence pays off.
Weekend at Campus.
Looks like dad is exposing a young one to the joys of the surf lifestyle. Classic.
We’d love to hear what questions were being asked right here.
This kid will probably remember this day forever.
This was that night the moon and a couple of planets lined up and
made a sad face. Probably not a good omen….
These are from an evening at a favorite beach.
Just a few friends out, fun little waves and no worries.
You don’t always need epic conditions to have an epic session.
There’s no place like home.
These are from a warm autumn day.
No surf, but so warm, a dip in the ocean was required. Upon closer inspection, there
were some perfect waves, just too small to actually ride. But not too small to mind surf!
Santa Claus Lane perfection.