Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Distractions: winter in Sydney

It is mid winter in Sydney - and the surf has been too big and the water a little cold for me. But the sun was out and I went to Cape Solander to watch. Cape Solander is the notorious surf break also known as "ours".

This was the wave of the day:

I do not know who the surfer is.

A little less plausibly the small-wave surfers have had some fun in Sydney Harbour:

Here is a little bigger at Cape Solander. I showed this video (and similar) to a surfing hedge fund manager. His response in two words: no bid.



Richard said...

Brrrr ....

Makes me glade to be in balmy Melbourne!

The shot of surfing with the Opera House in the back ground look like extraordinarily good photoshop.

Anonymous said...

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