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The Rise and Fall of Anchor Point

by on Wednesday 8th January, 2014   87996 Visits   Comments

North Africa was the last great hope for Hercules. Heavy sessions had transpired in Northern Europe, but few places can welcome a solid swell like the expansive righthand points of Morocco. Chris Mather’s images and captions tell the story of the swell at Anchor Point.

 

*Also read our breakdown of the storm here and our Mullaghmore special here and sundry collection of Herculean happenings here.

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