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Mullaghmore From The Water: Behind the Lines Ep 5

by on Wednesday 16th July, 2014   12355 Visits   Comments

Mullaghmore, Ireland is cold, temperamental and heavy. Orientated perfectly into a southerly wind this spot works in the eye of the storm, offering a window of opportunity at the apex of ferocity unmatched in Europe.

Over the last decade it has gone from a little-known spot favoured by local hellmen to a world-renowned, media-frenzy wave. Andrew Cotton caught one of the best swells of the winter at Mullaghmore. It was wild, windy, and the waves were unbelievable.

 

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