Brad Cohen popping the big question this morning, I hope she said yes!


Yesterday’s swell has run out of gas and we’re back in Dribbleland. It’s micro and best suited to long boarding and newbies to the sport like my new son Spike (Ok maybe we had better wait a year or two as he’s only 2 weeks old). The water is 10 out of 10 though. Just go swim (mandatory), especially seeing it’s going to hit 34 degrees today. Why would you live anywhere else?

Some lucky devil is going to win a 2 week trip to Antarctica with National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards to help raise awareness of the essential research projects being supported on the ice by Antarctica New Zealand. What have you gotta do to enter? Go here for all the deets…

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Bondi 7:00am, Tom Cronin cruising down the line

This is how today started. 6am

The Bondi Shorey

It's small out there but the water is amazing.

Ever wondered how Coastalwatch keep those cameras clean?

Driving down on the nasal passage

Sea jockeys

New rashies

6:10am, look at how many people are down the beach!

Keiron Lewis on the world's smallest wave

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  1. Hi Uge, can you please take some photos of the crazy, eerily looking sun out there? Since you missed that apocalyptic sandstorm a few years ago….my mobile camera doesn’t capture that sun from my office window properly, but I’d love to see your photos tomorrow. Cheers, Vera

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