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Winter Months.

Tiss the Season... for surf. 

Here's another great morning we had at Sebastian Inlet last week. Chest high fun with Chauncey Robinson, Wiley Robinson, Paul Reineke, and Dave Speir. 

What a morning to wake up and go for a surf. 

That's a view that will never get old. Chauncey Robinson soaking it all in. 

That's a view that will never get old. Chauncey Robinson soaking it all in. 


A little foggy, amazing colors, couldn't ask for more. 

the chaun. 

The first barrel was an almost amazing shot. 



There were some super fun close out sections and the guys lit them up. Chauncey closed this one out with a bang. 

Glassy Moment. 

Glassy Moment. 

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How are these next two shots for a winter scene. These frames make me shiver just looking at them. 

Icy Peak. 

Wiley Robinson making it Snow. 


Above sequence, Paul Reineke tagged that close-out hard. 

Above Sequence, I love watching Dave Speir surf. Such clean, powerful style. 

Chauncey follows right in Dave's footsteps. 

I think rainbows are attracted to Chauncey... they just follow him around. 

Hows this for a hollow surprise. No takers. 

Wiley Robinson found this nugget! That will make getting up early worth it every time. 

Speir knows where to find the drainers. 

Speir, again... 


This is the best. Check out that guy on the pier rocking his powered wheel chair with more rods than a charter boat. Goals. 

Stoked to have such a rad crew at the inlet. 

Thank you all for visiting! 

-Nathaniel Harrington

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Hellooo Weekend.

After a week of work there is nothing like a Saturday morning and pitching surf. The winds turned over night, cleaned it up, and gave us glory all day long! 

I shot all these images at Sebastian Inlet, Florida. The storms offshore really made the colors amazing! It was my first time being in the water at Sebastian so there was some getting used to it... all around though I think it was pretty successful and I can't wait for the chance to go there again. The East Coast keeps delivering.  

Peaky, clean, and size-able surf. 

Ryan Reineke with high speed carves. 

Vero Beach local, Terry Thompson getting some cover. 

Ryan Reineke scored this perfect A-Frame right in front of me.. couldn't be more stoked. 

I got to see a piece of Ryan's mean backside capabilities. This was a dropping, bottom turn, to a powerful, vertical snap. 

David Speir gettin loose! Huge Tail blow. I'm really amped on the backlighting! 

Gahhh. 

Here's another of David. If the backwash looked like it was going to connect right and barrel, he was on it! I'm sure its been said before but this guy knows Sebastian Inlet well. 

Here's another of David. If the backwash looked like it was going to connect right and barrel, he was on it! I'm sure its been said before but this guy knows Sebastian Inlet well. 

I'll close this post with an awesome shot of Ryan tucking into this little barrel. 

Shoots, that was a great morning. I hope you enjoyed the shots! I'll post two more previews to the morning in a couple days... I gotta send them out to a couple editors first ;) 

I am new to the area and don't know many folks around here yet. If you are interested in some surf photography please feel free to contact me at natehphoto@gmail.com. Also, if you know anyone who would be interested in seeing these shots please share! 

Thanks for checking in and Aloha friends. 

-Nathaniel Harrington