East Anglia's colder, smaller impression of Namibia

 

With a feed clogged full off snow, hopefully this once-every-few-year phenomenon provides a welcome break from the infinite white scroll. 

Every once in a while the planets align, quite literally and the wave starved shores of East Anglia light up and do an uncanny impression of a slater wave-pool crossed with a mini Namibia style left hand wave. 

When the swell maps predicted a rouge long period swell coupled with a spring tide along with a few other rare variables this stretch of coast can occasionally result in this 100m long left hand, shoulder to head high runner. 
The boys quickly document it with cameras before donning thick wetsuits. 
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