It’s been a quiet summer here on the North Shore. I haven’t really touched my camera or my shortboards since probably May. That all changed today when the North Pacific came to life for the first decent swell of the season. Man did it feel good to shoot some surfing photos again!
Pupukea looked pretty fun this evening.. Lots of nice rides.
A drainer breaking under the sunset at Gas Chambers
Throwing some spray at Rocky Rights
A very smooth carve at Rocky Rights
Scoping out the evening waves
A nice turn on the lip
Rocky Lefts had some smooth waves this evening
Plenty of Aloha in this shot
Off the lip
A little head duck
I love this wave. Gas Chambers rarely disappoints
Getting shacked at Gas Chambers
Flying out the back
There’s not that much room for that guy to duckdive in 1 foot of waver
Building speed on a fast one
After a few more swells, all of this sand will be long gone
One of my favorite shots of the evening… Slower shutter. Building speed.
The surfer inside that barrel certainly ended his week on a positive note
A common sight when the surf is up
A wonderful Friday evening in Hawaii…
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One of the first airs of the season at Rocky Point. So nice to see this again!