Cape Bombie…

With a huge back log of work to sort through I thought I should delve back a few weeks to when we had a almost a fortnight of strong swells. This particular day would have seen some other breaks deadset cracklin if the tides were more favourable to the swell peak arrival. Regardless a mate from work set out for the Cape bombie with his tow in buddy which favours less water and get something out of the day. The bombie is a bit distant and unfavourable break for photography but I had a play with my 70-200mm f/2.8L.

‘ The Cape bombie  –  5D2, 70-200mm f/2.8L’

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~ by Tony Middleton on June 10, 2010.

6 Responses to “Cape Bombie…”

  1. Nice one Tone…that looks like my kinda wave being Goofy foot and all!

    • Cool Mark – it’s actually a bit bigger than it looks there too as I was at water level (no vantage points for this one) and the trough is hidden by the foreground wave. NICE 🙂

  2. Well captured mate, particularly like the spray top left

    • hey Ab, yeah the rolling wave that is right to and out the left of frame had great tones too. Not the best surf pic in the world and far from the most photogenic break here… but had to get to looking at the shots for my mate as I took these before SA… ooops – hehe

      cheers,

  3. Nice surf shot Tony.

    • cheers Hodgy – you’ll kill to see surf/waves again by the time you finish your fantastic trip. I know that every time I head north or live up there somewhere (which I do love doing) but I can’t wait to see the power of the ocean again and the waves look twice the size. haha

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