ART/oldwaverider – PHOTO GALLERY
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Yeah I know, dredging up 2 year old photos so I can be in the Johnson Ave. Surfers Gallery is humorous enough, but then recycling these photos, oh well. It’s kinda sentimental for me, cause these photos were taken the second week of November of 2009 at Perkins which was my old favorite break. Photos by a photographer friend Erika. Though it was a little chillier for that November 😉 Oh, and anyone that hasn’t seen my favorite surf stunt on image 7, hasn’t ever watched me surf 🙂
So what up with Surf Thursday? As if anyone within 100 miles of Brevard doesn’t know 🙂 The cool thing is, it’s shaping up to be a foot bigger then I thought at the Cape. Before 10 Am, I think we’ll see chest to head high waves, plus, on the bigger sets with NW winds in the 8 to 12 mph range until 10 or 12. After that the size will drop through the day, but actually pretty slowly. From dark Thursday till daybreak Friday morning, it will go almost flat, but we should have a pretty clean condition surf day all day.
High tide is 7 AM, so a paddle out at 9 Am would be perfect for the most power, best form, best size and best winds. Satellite Beach should be 2 to 3 foot overhead with some bigger sets until 10 or 11, and then only drops maybe 2 feet in face size by late afternoon. They may have WNW winds at daybreak till around 9 Am and then NW winds for them, so Satellite Beach will be the best place to be for size, form , power and photos.
But, since I can’t surf :(, for another 3 weeks, I will have a surrogate surf day, I’ll take some photos. So hopefully, the Johnson Ave. crew is out and about. I may sneak down for 20 minutes of bigger wave pics down South but then back home for the real photo session 🙂
Friday, at daybreak, maybe something for an hour or two but that’s about it.
Saturday, wind swell blowing in but not much.
Get pumped for Thursday Am!