With wave size on the decline and the circus in town you can expect some photo worthy throw away airs.
Not quite the backflip Gabriel Medina landed the other day but still pretty to look at.
Ezekial Lau getting some elevation for a better view of the other waves along the shoreline.
Minutes later he paddled over to Rock Piles.
Dusty Payne riding the foam ball while mixing it up with a 50mm lens.
Gavin Beschen and the 50mm Backdoor.
Dale Staples paid the price of admission and broke a brand new stick during his first day on the North Shore.
Small days allow for testing new setups, 50mm lens in a fisheye port makes for some new fun while the
Brazzo surfers have theirs.
A one day bump in swell and clean skies make for pretty pictures.
Another one for the memory bank.
This little girl took full advantage of the drop in swell and had her dad pushing her into waves her little arms
weren't quite strong enough to paddle into.
Another girl show the boys how it's done.
Ezekial Lau giving Rock Piles the once over.
Someone else giving Rock Piles the standing tall no claim claim.
When it's small and blue a lip is pretty, and when it's big, when the wave break here don't be there.
One simply can't get tired of this view.
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Posted by Shahna on the 09/12/2012 18:52
dear morroco surf trips crew,my name is tomer tihdar and im interested about making a surf trip with some friends to morroco how are the waves usually? (they look kind of amall in the photos), how much does a ten day stay in your resort cost? when is the best time to come?please answer my mail: thanks a million,,,,