Even though I’ve been based in Morocco for a couple of months now and that surfing is the centre point of my time here (being a surf instructor and all!) I’ve neglected both Morocco and the waves a bit when it comes to blogging. However over the last few days the surf here has been absolutely firing and when I’ve not been paddling out riding some myself I’ve been spending alot of time behind a big ass 500mm lens and my Canon 7D shooting all the action! Tuesday though was a stand out day of perfection at Moroccos infamous Anchor Point and I was stoked that one of my shots from the sunset session was picked as MagicSeaweeds’ photo of the day – a very privileged honour for any surf photographer! With that in mind I’ve decided not to banter on about the surf, but instead let you have a nosey through my top shots from that session – simply click on the image to enlarge and immerse yourself in some sunny, offshore tube riding perfection…maybe they’ll prompt you to book a flight out the snowy UK and come join me in the lineup! Carving Turn Under The Lip Down The Line Psyching Up Perfect Tube Ride Sunset Waves Inside Section Backlit Beauty Unridden Perfection Contemplating The Paddle 2 Responses Nick Rutten January 24, 2013 That’s it. I gonna learn me some surfing. And get a decent DSLR. Nick Rutten recently posted..New Year’s eve Robinson Crusoe style at Koh Ta Kiev Reply Chris January 24, 2013 get on it Nick, it’s an epic sport! You don’t necessarily need a higher spec SLR, best to invest in the lenses instead! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.