Last session was unreal.
I went with a few of my friends to a spot I never went before, the perfect spot for longboarders. It’s a little wave with just a few centimetres of water for the take-off that offers a clean long wave for surfing. We almost had no wind, and the sun was extremely bright. It was the perfect moment to take some backlight shots underwater as the sun get through it as a light saber, allowing me to see all the details of this rock just beneath the wave. For a few seconds, I felt like I was in Tahiti, but believe me, the temperature of the water reminds you of your current location!
That’s what I call a perfect day, or it was, until I walked on a sea urchin… I still have spikes in my foot, which as you might assume, terribly hurt, but it’s part of the game, isn’t?