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Porthtowan performing an hour long Indo impersonation. So many perfect waves.© 2014 Alex Callister
A wintery peak on the South Coast of the UK getting all excited by the southerly element in the swell.© 2014 DJH
We scored, big time. A group of six of us went to a secret spot on the north coast and boy was it good. Six mates surfing perfect 5 to 6 ft waves with lines as far as the eye could see and no one else out made this one of the most memorable surfs I've had in a long time. Good times.© 2014 Matthew Loots
The view from inside the shorebreak just North of Hossegor known as La Graviere.© 2014 Baptiste Haugomat
Kohl Christensen charging PMPA in front of snowy mountains in freezing waters.© 2014 Lars Jacobsen
Messanges in France looking like perfect (crowded) fun - it was like first day of spring.© 2014 Secret Spot Lodge France
This is big wave spot in France which whilst it's no secret is best left to those who know. Not least because it's a monster paddle-out.© 2014 user119372
Polzeath - if only all winters were like this.© 2014 crox
Chunky Perranporth on a stunningly sunny, (but cold) February day.© 2014 Richie Pickersgill
St Agnes nug slides through unloved.© 2014 sponger
Secret spot somewhere in Morocco, just look for the someone who's lost a boat and ask them where it is...© 2014 pointsurf
The start of what was a good week of swell.© 2014 Matthew Loots
Skindog in a thick Porthleven shackaroo© 2014 David Pick
Gordon Fontaine throwing a crazy air on the Ledges.© 2014 David Pick
Somewhere in Cornwall...© 2014 jackneale90.tumblr.com
Vincent Duvignac flying in the last light of a cold (for France) glassy Mimizan evening.© 2014 Danny Bastiaanse
Ben Skinner on one of the many bombs that came through at Porthtowan yesterday.© 2014 Matthew Loots
Porthtowan was a bit of a barrel fest late this arvo; shot from the beach for a change for Alex.© 2014 Alex Callister
Even the donkeys have been having a looksee in Morocco.
Safi again, the go-to spot when the coast is maxed.© 2014 zakiche
Le Braye, Jersey off the top.© 2014 Matt Sullivan
Unridden realm up around Machrihanish© 2014 Filfar
Somewhere in Western Ireland there's a barbed wire fence to shoot perfect waves...© 2014 Sophia Harding
This top turn was so solid it made the world tilt, a beautiful day in El Lloret, Gran Canaria.© 2014 David Herrera
Woolacombe, winter sunset, magic from above if you believe in God (who's not real).© 2014 Jay Teee
A nice little round one, with no takers. A rarity at Chally.© 2014 Angus Dugs
Whitesands Bay, Wales, is one of Pembrokeshire's more consistent beaches so long as there's a good bit of west in the swell.
The larger west swell get through to remote spots such as Sele in Norway where much reduced you can end up with a glassy two footer rolling down this boulder point.© 2014 Mark Hewitt
Glassy lefts somewhere in Western Ireland, those who've been will recognise it.© 2014 Kristian Cowin
It is however pretty icy in Norway at this time of year.© 2014 Tagava
Croyde Beach in winter, yes please.© 2014 close2sea
Porthtowan is getting a lot of love© 2014 richrips
Mundaka with no-takers? This is clearly Photoshopped.© 2014 EKTphotos
Lazi at home in the Canary Islands.© 2014 Mattia Mandreoli
Mauretto living the dream in Furteventura.© 2014 Chus Carvajal
Unridden in Lanzarote... the same can't be said of the English tourists.© 2014 Chus Carvajal
El Fronton in a twisted frame of mind, as per normal.© 2014 Martin O L
A long lonely paddle-out in Iceland is not for the faint of heart.© 2014 Dana Marlin
Supertubos at sunset, poised to live up to its moniker.© 2014 user164195
Come on ... We had to include one of Nazare.© 2014 baleixo
A 9 metre swell, 120kmh winds, tress uprooted with their roofs blown-off, but the shorey was sick.
Wintery backlit glass on the south coast of Cornwall.© 2014 saltshots.com
However we did have the odd massive swell from the Atlantic, sending surfers scurrying for Mullaghmore.© 2014 donalof
Sebastian Steudtner charging massive Mullaghmore, while the mountains in the background are covered in fresh snow.© 2014 Lars Jacobsen
A team of 15 young UK surfers have been selected to surf the ISA Junior Championships at Salinas, Ecuador.
Skeleton Bay providing the implausibly long tunnels for which it is known.
Meet Lydia 14 ft 6 inches (4.4 metres) of great white shark weighing approximately 2000 lbs and the first white shark to be documented at the the Atlantic Ridge.
Paddling the Slave at Mullaghmore, breaking egos and avoiding the vortex.
The Billabong women's team test their skills in some super-sucking Sumbawan tunnels.