I got more video clips, but let's have a look at the photos I took yesterday.
Tristan Boxford was the protagonist of the craziest windsurfing shot I have ever taken. It's the first of this two years old post.
BTW, if you feel a bit nostalgic, check out another mythical post of that swell. Yes, that's were Laird went out and acted like he was Neptune.
Well, looks like a couple of years later, the english sailor can still throw some serious aerials.
Second best shot of the day. Lalo Goya drops in a double overhead bomb and looks at the exact spot where he's going to hit. And he did.
This is Polakow and I like the two kites in the background. Sorry about the tilted horizon. Too lazy to straighten it out.
Got to throw some female body parts somewhere. Here's a nice elbow.
Mmm... maybe two parabolic stringers on the rails are not as strong as a straight one in the middle.
Pato is wondering if it was better to stay home. Actually he knows that.
A meaty hollow of the knee. Kniekehle in German.
Robby Swift was in form.
Plenty more photos of him at the end of this slide.
Today (friday) the waves were bigger and the wind stronger, but it was also kind of rainy. Polakow, Levi, Boxford, Kai and KP went out (not at the same time!), but none of them could really tune in the conditions. Not sure why, I guess it was just too gnarly.
Bad light most of the time. I took only one decent shot: KP on a clean one.
No wait, I took another decent shot: a couple of mysterious and beautiful eyes.
PS. Funny, same exact shot on KP's post. He mentions that he was swallowed by a wave on his way back. I have that on video with my commentary, stay tuned for that.
PPS. Thursday and Friday I had more than a thousand unique visitors per day, from all over the world. If they had told me that when I started this blog, I would have not believed it.
I want to thank all blog readers for their interest in this blog. Keep spreading the word.