Thursday, April 22, 2010

Sandy Tetrapod Nuggets

The sand has been filling in at all the right places around here recently. Recently a little nook down the coast has been lighting up during the bigger windswell days, with a right that bends around the corner of a tetrapod jetty. Each wave ends about 6 inches of water, so if you go down you will be picking sand out of your crevices for a while. 2 out of every 3 would close out at the end, so I had a lot of sand picking to do. Unagi-san (website coming soon) was set up down the beach with his 500mm one morning taking photos of everyone, including myself. Here are a few stills, more sequences to come.

*All Photos by Unagi-san*


  1. WHA?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    SO SAK! yeah barto

  2. Holy Brad A Moly! I want to join you in the tetratubes.

  3. I didn't know Japan had that kind of juice.

  4. The Cojo looks like it works.