The South swell made for plenty of rights with the occasional left. Photos and captions by Shaun Devine Looking straight into a piping barrel is pretty sweet, almost as sweet as looking straight out of a piping barrel. After a bit of morning sickness, the tide and wind came around and really cleaned conditions up. “My arms are jello but did you see that? I’m paddling back out.” Grey skies, brown water and draining barrels…welcome to Autumn on the East Coast. Justin Rienerth fresh from Florida and back to where we all want to be. Photo: Barry Price Did we mention there was a lot of rights? Todd Pace (pictured) and Steve Owens surfed this peak while the peanut gallery watched from the dune. They made it look too fun and in 30 short minutes they were sharing the line up with 15 of their best friends. Justin Rienerth. Photo: Barry Price I really like the perspective of this photo because you can see how big, clean, shallow and hollow some of the sections were. Late drop. Photo: Barry Price Austin White making the most of the afternoon session. Photo: Barry Price Shaun Devine out the back. Photo: Barry Price We were checking spots early afternoon when we popped over the dune just in time to see Steve Owens lock into this draining right. Everyone pretty much ran back to the car to suit up again. Occasional head high sets pulsed throughout the morning and into early afternoon. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.