Shot on Friday 28th June at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast.
A wintery slice of the cool south winds and swell from the Tasman Sea that arrives on the Gold Coast as the Southern Hemisphere begins to raise it's face from the Winter Solstace. The days gradually grow longer, akin to the lines of swell that motion towards the shoreline of the infamous Superbank on a cool June afternoon.
Shot on the onepalmMEDIA.com Red Epic 2K @ 240fps using a Zeiss 40mm in a custom Dave Kelly water housing. (Contact Dave on : email@example.com)
Thanks for watching. Just a little something for your eyeballs.