Wednesday, July 21, 2010

One of the gems of the Victorian coast is a beach named with a number.

13th.

No secret. Easy to find.

The variety of waves to found along three of four kilometres of sand and patchy reef has to be seen to be believed.

From cruisey high tide little walls perfect for longboards, and soft crumblers that are beginner land divine, to pitching heaving barrels that will challenge anyone, it is a beach that can deliver more smiles per square inch for more levels of surfer than many in the world.

A very hot local population is generous enough to not play the locals game, and surfers from all around come to smile and be challenged by what it offers.

Last weekend it served up some jewels, and local denizen of the lens Ed Sloan was there to record a few moments before his trembling hands had to reach for his board.

Go visit his site and see what else he has to offer. Beautiful shots and if the below is an early attempt at moving pictures, he has more to offer.

Good on you mate. I hope you don't mind me linking your vision.



Testing Testing....Winter Beacon from Sloane Photos on Vimeo.

1 comment:

Sloane said...

Exactly my sentiment Mick. Film, photos and non-locals are all welcome and whaddya know......everyone gets a wave and the vibe is great!

Thanks.