|Our deputy editor Ben Bugden shot this baseball bat shaped left doing its thing.|
Somewhere in Sydney. Pic: Ben Bugden
Do you ever get the feeling that you will never catch a certain spot at its best? Sick of hearing about how the banks were better in the seventies, and that the banks (nowadays) will never be that good again because of “blah, blah, blah?” Well, chances are if you were on the east Coast of NSW over the weekend you needn’t worry any more. A strong easterly groundswell arrived to find sand banks perfectly groomed and ready to deliver. It all started on Friday the June 3 and continued over the entire weekend. There were also plenty of reefs serving up grinding pits too, but this week’s “Mondayitis” Wallpaper is all about the phenomenon that is a groomed sand bank. It’s a beautiful thing. Our deputy editor Ben Bugden, who was unfortunately sick and unable to surf, shot this baseball bat shaped left doing its thing unmolested by fiberglass fins (or otherwise) somewhere in Sydney. Like Macaronis in the Mentawai Islands of Indonesia the appearance of land in the background creates questions on how the hell swell even gets in? And where it is exactly? Sorry, if you don’t know we can’t help you.
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