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Riding the Afternoon Chop

Yesterday I went out to the Marin Headlands for an afternoon surf session.  The conditions were pretty typical of summertime here: choppy, windy and inconsistent, but without fog.  Out here, it’s a treat to get an afternoon that’s rideable and not cloaked in misty fog.   Despite the conditions, I went out and managed to get some shots of the other few guys in the water riding whatever they could.  The light was nice for a few minutes before setting behind the bluff north of the beach and cloaking us in cold, windy shadow.

Dropping into the chop.


Longboard drop.


2 responses

  1. Nice shots Steven. Let’s surf together someday.

    August 9, 2011 at 3:22 PM

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