|Post Anzac wave|
Finally after another bus transfer and a taxi I arrived at the Spit, super clean 3-4ft and pumping as I looked back towards Surfers. Wanting to waste no time I waited for the boat taxi to take me over to Sth Straddie, I could tell it was busy over their as there was 10 guys paddling over and another 10 waiting for a boat. Asking the driver can he drop me off beside the breakwater where it was calm, he asked me who I am and I said I'm know one I just wanna take a few shots. Hahaha big mistake as he refused to take me over, great start to the morning travelling for nearly 3hrs and not one ok surf photo!
So anyway I decided to shoot from the Spit and from the pier. You know we as surfers and photogs are a bit like sheep alright and I'm glad it worked out the way it did as I got some pretty cool concrete jungle shots. I looked over at Sth Straddie and there must've been over 60 people out there fighting for waves and another 20 guys just in front of me off the Spit dropping in on each other. Then I looked along the coast from the pier down to Surfers through me lense and there were hardly anyone to be seen, maybe a dozen at best stretched out along the coast and there were some pretty nice waves rolling in...mostly empty!
Here are the shots of that part of the coast, I'll let you judge if the waves are any good...
|My first bus stop, wrong side of Surfers|
|Not really doing it, time to head back north|
|Sth Straddie baaaaa|
|No sheep here|
|Empty IV, how many rights in this shot?|
|The Soul of Surfers|
|Back in Surfers and still only a few out|