In a rush to hit the deadline, Jonas Bronnert edited his second Danish Winter Session of the year on the 400km drive back to Germany.
"There was a really good period for the whole weekend and offshore for some spots," tells Jonas. "We already arrived in Denmark on Friday when the swell kicked in with a lot of power, but the camera didn't work and I broke a 6'2" I bought the day before."
There was one Danish guy out, one guy from Israel and three Germans. All ripping and getting covered up.
The concept of snapping boards may not be one to associate with Denmark, but testament to the unsuspecting power of the waves in the region, Jonas managed to go through three in the last two months. "The yellow lifeguard board is one of the last I have," he explains. "It's a 5'11" from Australia. I did the painting as a joke, when I worked in Germany as a lifeguard last Summer."
With a growing Danish surfing community in Denmark, according to Jonas more and more Danes are spending their weekends in the water. For this session however, the spread of local surfers was rather fine, plus a couple of blow-ins. "There was one Danish guy out, one guy from Israel and three Germans. All ripping and getting covered up."
Now that we've hit March, The Winter Session draws to a reluctant close. You can check all of the edits from this year's competition HERE. Thank you to all those who entered, make sure you stay tuned for the winning results coming later this week.