Today I headed up to Canggu around 6:30am to see what was on offer up that way. COnditions were clean and glassy on arrival with sets hitting 3ft+ or head high plus. Depending on your scale and wave judgement. There was around 30+ crew already on it and making the most of the higher end of the tide. The sandbar was where most of the action was happening this morning.
The weather was a little fickle with the light coming and going making shooting these latest photos a little bit of a challange. There was a bit of cloud cover most of the morning and at one point I thought that it might even have rained. But that did not eventuate.
As I was heading home I noticed that “Bol” was just heading out so I stayed long enough to get a couple of photos of him tearing it up. He was busting airs getting some good barrells and doing some pretty sweet turns of the top. Proving that the locals have this place completly wired.
OK so I had hung around for about 3 hours and by the end of it I was ready to call it a day.I had some nice shots and the waves were still rolling in when I was leaving. Although the wind was starting to blow a little harder it was definetly still very ridable. I called past one other spot on the way home, but it just wasn’t catching the same amount of swell. Ok till next time enjoy these latest shots from beautiful Bali. Scott.