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Vero Beach Shorebreak, Part 3.

I'm going to start this off again with a sunrise that I'll never forget. What a beautiful morning. 

Here are the rest of the photos that I am going to post, for now, of last monday morning in Vero Beach, Florida. It is amazing what the right tides and off-shore winds will do to surf. I know I was impressed, hope you enjoy also! 


I've spent most of my life watching beautiful sunsets, I guess it time to start watching the sunrise.

Close Up. 


The two above images are pretty awesome views of a barrel. I obviously played with lighting on them, its fun to see something a bit different. 


Peaks like this were going through all morning. 2ft A-frames up and down the beach. 

Peaks like this were going through all morning. 2ft A-frames up and down the beach. 

Above: There wasn't much wind but a little gust caught the lip of this wave just as it was throwing over, making this wave one of the most unique I have ever seen. It almost looks like its throwing backwards. 

Timing is everything. The absolute calm before the break. 

Again this is another all time favorite photo. I ran around the house showing everyone after I finished editing it. My wife even told me that this could potentially become wall art in our house, that's never happened before... Stoked! I love the color of the buildings reflecting off the water and of course the fanned out lip is pretty cool! 

Glassy. 

It was like that for hours... So much fun! 

 

Thanks so much for checking in! Please do share if you like what you saw! 

 

-Nathaniel Harrington