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Grant Twiggy Baker and I (Jeremy Johnson) share a bomb early on in the day.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Chapmans Peak watches over both Sunset and Dungeons© 2014 Alan van Gysen
This time Frank Soloman was a bit too relaxed and got collared - still it makes for a great photo so well done Frank.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
The Slab going mental.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
A massive barrel at the Slab.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
A few of the boys dealing with a wide set. There were some long waits but the moment you let your guard down out at Dungeons, you end up in the Dungeon and you might never be up for parole.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
An amazing looking wave goes unridden.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Every now and then you get a perfect barreling wave that explodes over the 2.5. The 2.5 is the shallowest place on the reef, it basically comes up to 2.5 metres below sea level on a low tide and can create a huge unpredictable barrel.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
We use an anchor to tie all the spare boards to. For one or two of the guys their spare boards came in handy.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Another epic barrel over the 2.5.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
There are some big boats that use the harbour but even they stay well clear of Dungeons when there is a big swell running.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Frank Solomon about to deal with the 2.5.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Frank again, looking nice and relaxed.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
There are actually some lefts out at Dungeons, this is me again trying my luck. Its not recommended though.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
This is myself on my smaller board, shaped by DVG, later on in the day. We had been on the water for eight hours at this point.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
This is myself coming into the harbour on my new Yamaha FX jetski, stoked after a long day of surfing.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
This is my tow partner Matt Bromley, dealing with the end bowl. Matt had a great surf and was one of the standouts of the day.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Matt and Twiggy about to check into the Dungeon.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Neil Zietsman on one of the waves of the day. Neil is a great all round surfer and it shows in the bigger stuff.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Neil has started a new career as a fitness instructor as well as running specialized surf fitness classes. It seems to be paying off.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Roosta enjoying the view of what we like to call the photo bowl.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
After the long waits some guys get restless, here is Roosta, Matt and Barry Futter having some fun.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
Andrew Marr and Simon Lowe two of the most dedicated guys around. They know the place better than anyone and it shows in their surfing, they surfed until sunset.© 2014 Alan van Gysen
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