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"Just north of the pier on Sunday. The dredge operation gave us stirred-up water but Leslie made it more than worth it. Here's a local kid skipping college and getting shacked."© 2014 bobbyv
olin Colson launching in to the fog at Lawrencetown Beach.© 2014 Adam Cornick
Hurricane Leslie proving the platform for Sebastian Inlet surfers to get loose, really loose.© 2014 Jon Roubik
Hurricane Leslie starting to pump up some swells at sunrise© 2014 Eric Danger Palmer
Sunday, funday at North Jetty, Florida.© 2014 Di Marco
John Murphy ducking the lip at Massachusetts, Cape Cod.© 2014 Trevor Murphy
The roar of the ocean at New Jersey's Casino Pier.© 2014 Alex Canady
"I will always remember Hurricane Leslie." Says Josh McFadden "I will remember my first pilgrimage up to the Outer Banks, scoring flawless 1st Jetty at Cape Hatteras. Getting huge hollow barrels at S Turns and returning to Folly beach to find my home break The Washout firing at its finest. "But most of all I will always remember the scar I earned at The Washout reminding me that as much joy as these hurricane swells bring me, at any moment they can completely humble me."© 2014 Josh McFadden
"We camped at Long Pointe Park, to wake up to this! Unknown in a nice Spanish House barrel."© 2014 user74166
East Coast glass at Melbourne Beach aboard: a 5'10" Kechele UFO.© 2014 user88721
Kyle Busey double-grab at The Washout, South Carolina.© 2014 Follyhood
Austin Wiest buzzing the camera in Fort Pierce Florida.© 2014 FortPierce surfer
The Outer Banks blew minds with Leslie, head-high barrels for days. Like this one at S Turns.
"Mario finding some morning glory. Even though the waves closed out a lot... there were plenty that stayed open and the only way to find out is if you are prepared to slip into a heavy closeout."© 2014 ThisIsDANIEL
"Sol Joseph doing his best old school stylistic attempt when not blasting. Sometimes les aggro made for a better ride at Rockaway, NY."© 2014 changezine
Heading out to catch one last decent day as the swell passes.© 2014 dizzyriss
Cutback, stage one at South Carolina Ave in Atlantic City.© 2014 Nfalvo
Sebastian Inlet shack attack.© 2014 Doug Falter
Aint surfing and hanging at the beach during hurricane season just peachy, Sebastian Inlet, Florida.© 2014 Doug Falter
Chase Elmore chasing the darkness.© 2014 mpe
Tropical Storm Leslie providing the lip, shot from Jacksonville Beach Pier.© 2014 MostWantedPhotography
"When a good swell hits and the masses descend on the Treasure Coast, knowing how to negotiate First Peak with a crowd makes all the difference." Also so does hammering a big hack in front of your mates....© 2014 todroller
"Precisely set-up under a feathering canopy and ready for action..."© 2014 capshot7
This is what they made stomp pads for. Sebastian Inlet hack.© 2014 LeonLegot
Longsands in Maine, a chilled out wave on a hazy morning.© 2014 Snowninja23
Late afternoon session at Higgins Beach, Maine.© 2014 paul noble images
"Josh Meldrum couldn't make the drop and also didn't notice the shark in the background..."© 2014 Gshots2011
'One' of the Yergen brothers with a strong lien grab.© 2014 Gshots2011
"Whenever a good storm comes close I grab my camera and head out to The Washout."© 2014 matt_drobnik
Kevin Babcock, backside "high-five" hack.© 2014 Michael Brown
Phil Goodrich getting filthy at North Carolina's Topsail Island.© 2014 chrisfrickphoto
The unridden realm at Green Room, New York.© 2014 Luap
Slater Powell in control at Topsail Island© 2014 Steve Young
Early morning "Wha-pow!" at Sebastian Inlet.© 2014 HybridPhotography
The Yeti is real and we chased it through forest and stream in the dead of the PNW winter.
A cacophony of bells reverberated around the sandstone cliffs of Bells Beach on Wednesday, announcing the wins of two wholly unsurprising victors.
The Approaching Lines Festival is a three-night extravaganza showcasing the cream of UK and International surf filmmaking.
Two Argentinian brothers journey into the myth infused archipelago of Patagonia.
Drawn in by the ugly perfection of P-Pass, Alex and Koa Smith journeyed to those isolated dots of sand in the western Pacific and ended up scoring one of the best sessions of the year.