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On the menu we have sucky lefts, hollow rights and... fresh octopus. The peak serving up a royal banquet as a local fisherman returns home with his catch of the day.© 2014 RYZphoto
Take your pick, these photos were all taken on the same day at three different breaks, only accessible by Auras two speedboats.© 2014 RYZphoto
Room with a view... What better place to heckle your mates surfing, than from the comfort of your bungalow?© 2014 RYZphoto
The kind of days that make you know you're alive, blue skies, solid swell and a thick lip fast approaching your head.© 2014 RYZphoto
The right hander looking very enticing.© 2014 RYZphoto
Surf guide Sonny doing his best to outsmart some potential dinner and return a village hero... Not this time, but the locals still like him.© 2014 RYZphoto
Plenty of fun days on the beach out front.© 2014 RYZphoto
As heavy as it looks.© 2014 RYZphoto
Things don't always go to plan, and when they don't, its always best to have it caught on camera. A late drop turns out to be a little too late.© 2014 RYZphoto
Sumatran perfection.© 2014 RYZphoto
Early morning gold.© 2014 RYZphoto
Lining up the left.© 2014 RYZphoto
Get used to this view.© 2014 RYZphoto
OIly smooth day with glassy conditions.© 2014 RYZphoto
"I was out surfing this morning by myself when a water spout formed on the horizon, while waiting for a wave to come in on another one formed, by the time I had dried off and grabbed my camera the two had merged into one." Resident photographer Ryzphoto scored this shot in between surfing and juice smoothies... and buffalo taming.© 2014 RYZphoto
OFF-SEASON you say? There’s no such thing in Indo it’s all just shades of blue. March saw consistent mid-sized swell for the folks at Aura Surf Resort, with a couple of really nice swells coming through.
The wet season, with its smaller swells. is drawing to a close and the first signs of the dry season Indian Ocean swells are starting to show. Sat at the tail end of what seems to be Europe’s longest and coldest ever winter it seems like a pretty nice place to be.
Kepa finds himself in a land of perpetual dancing and broad smiles.
Pick a solid swell, make the treacherous paddle, avoid the fang-like rocks on the inside, and you could score some of the longest rights of your life.
If Jack Kerouac surfed he would have chewed his beatnik leg off to get on this trip. Desert Point to Shipstern and everything in between.
Not all winter is cold, even if the country is in danger of washing away there will be surfers lapping up the storms
Those two imposters, triumph and disaster, go hand in hand in the sport of bodyboarding, especially for those hellmen who push the boundaries of what is surfable.