Surf conditions at 6.50 a.m. on Wednesday 25th September 2013:
There's a lovely light and bright mist this morning, a comfort blanket of silence, the birdsong all the nicer for it. But you can still hear the surf!
There's not a breath of wind yet and so the surf is sheet glass, that early morning oilly sheen reflecting the white light of the mist, those two to three, very occasionally almost four feet waves rifle-shotting as they break.
It is good again this morning!
Smaller than the last few days but those sets are still there to surprise, peeling and folding themselves across the bay.
I guess that it might just drop a little before picking back up later this afternoon? That low pressure system down to the south west of us doesn't seem to be in a hurry to go anywhere and it's just spinning more swell our way!
So, yep, it's looking good again today!
And in between surf sessions we can see how the girls are getting on down in France for the Roxy Pro, moved to Seignosse from Biarritz to get better surf. And the girls are ripping! Check the action out at roxylive.com/roxyprobiarritz/2013/live.en.html
And later on, we can keep up to date with the World Longboard Championships down in Peru where Ben (Skindog) Skinner and the rest of Team GB have a real chance of bringing home a whole heap of silverware. Shout your support and follow the action at isawlc.com
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