Wednesday, May 31, 2006

We’ve had a good run down at Bondi with regards to waves. Today there are waves, surfable, 3 foot sets, but mainly closing out straight. Perfect autumn conditions prevail – SW offshores, frosty 19 degree max. This south swell is to fade a bit in the afternoon. High tide 11:30am, low tide 4:45pm. To fight […]

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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Swell has come up and it’s breaking out the back of Bondi around 5 foot. Shame about the shape – shutting down most of the time. The odd set hooks up with plenty of meaty face to dance all over. Light autumn frosty SW winds early, blowing S this afternoon. Another damn cold day & […]

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Monday, May 29, 2006

Hi Chinas. Those that braved the big chill would have found 3 foot uncrowded Bond*age – lining up a little wonky with the odd right in the middle. Warm in – frosty out. Sydney’s south facing beaches will be fun little playgrounds for most of the day as the winds are offshore SW before tending […]

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Friday, May 26, 2006

Bit like a scrum on the peak this morning, scrapping over head high, suck-ulent little tubos on offer in the southern end. South swell is still here blessed with an early morning offshore. It’s a wonky swell – more than surfable. Quite a few beaches to choose from, Bondi, Curly, Narra, Avalon…arvo southerly winds will […]

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

250 frames in 2 hours – busy morning. Lots to shoot between a classic autumn fireball sunrise and 4 foot suction at Bond*age. Our south facing beaches have great waves with the early morning offshore and consistent south swell. Everyone’s onto it and there will be a few late crew to work today. If you […]

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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Some swell lurking around these parts today. South facing beaches will attract 3-4 footers with chill-bill SW offshores. How cold was last night – ridiculous. Large morning rock steady crew scrappin’ for waves on the southern chunk of sand. Wave faces were bumpy with heaps of bounce…but there were snug pockets worthy of an attempted […]

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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

After a night of thunderstorms & a dramatic decrease in land temperature (max 18 brr brr) we’ve got some waves down at Bondi this morning. It’s not super clean – but well worth a hack. Sets up around head high, average around chest high, the leftie was holding up nicely approaching the 10:54am low tide. […]

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Friday, May 19, 2006;

With low expectations this morning I was quite surprised to see Bond*age deliver surfable waist high lefties in the corner. Small pack enjoying the golden morning light and silky surfaces. With a 7:20am low tide, our beloved bank sucked out the fatness creating a couple of beltable mini pockets – but hey, don’t get too […]

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