Inversion.

10 March 2016

Rail grab

Rail grab

t’s been a funny first half of the week.  The temps have been fairly high and there has been a lot of haze about.  This is usually caused by High Pressure systems and we have two systems very close to us.  But whilst I was surfing this morning around 9.15am, a sea mist rolled in you could not see more than 50 metres in any direction.  You couldn’t see the waves coming or where the beach was.  This is caused by what they call a temperature inversion where warm air is trapped within layers of cool air, with the sea being one of those layers.  It hung around for about an hour before clearing.  Then we could see the 2 foot waves on offer. Which were quickly swallowed by the high and soon became a shore break.  Low time is the surfing time. Can everybody give a shoutout to @mrsspoy, my partner in photog crime, as it’s her birthday…. #loveyoudarling  #sunrisesunsetfrother

If you are on Instagram please follow us;  @surfphotosofyou  @mrsspoy

Thinking of going to the Maldives this year.  Check out my trip in August HERE …. It’s going to be a good one.

Long Reef

Long Reef

Snap

Snap

Hazy

Hazy

Keeping your head still

Keeping your head still

Shark boat sunrise

Shark boat sunrise

Overf the top

Overf the top

HOG

HOG

Small waves on offer this morning

Small waves on offer this morning

Flame trees

Flame trees

Blurred lines

Blurred lines

MG

MG

Archie on the charge

Archie on the charge

The sunrise I ordered for @mrsspoys birthday worked a treat... Bonus points

The sunrise I ordered for @mrsspoys birthday worked a treat… Bonus points

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