CAPE Hatteras is a barrier island off the coast of North Carolina, known for its heavy beachbreak barrels and ever-changing landscape moulded by the restless Atlantic Ocean.
Brett Barley calls Cape Hatteras home, he always has, and spends his time here getting shacked and searching out ramps amongst the sandbars, spurs and lees of his home range.
Flicking between onshore junk and heaving Carolina tubes, this edit by Jacob Vanderwork showcases a typical autumn along the shifting sands of Hatteras.
What is swell without surfers? Throwing light on a personality synonymous with oversized sandy Mexican caverns.
Josh Sleep and Luke Stickley in an edit by Harry Triglone which proclaims: Definitions belong to the definers... not the defined.
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The Maldives lights up at the end of June and into July for some unusually hollow waves