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Last Sunday we got to the beach around 11AM, and it was high tide. Waves were barely breaking with 2-3 ft sets coming through. Around 12:30 a good set of 3 or 4 waves barreled all the way to the channel and we decide to go out and snap some shots . A few minutes later some 8 footers were coming through producing what Padang is known for… Wide and heavy barrels. Check the photos and leave your comments.
Muklis Anwar, is a Balinese surfer from Medewi, West Bali. In this shot Muklis is comfortable in a perfect Bingin Day. This photo was taken with a Canon 7D in a Liquid Eye Water Housing using a standard 18-55mm lens.
Back Story: This Image was requested by a Bali Magazine’s Editor supposed to be out in August but surprisingly it was not printed.
Dreams do come true and they certainly did today for Bali’s Garut Widiarta in the most spectacular waves seen in the Rip Curl Cup’s 11 year history.
Quiksilver’s environmentally-friendly roots took center stage in Bali, Indonesia this weekend through the Big Bali Eco Weekend. Through a multitude of events, and in collaboration with Coca-Cola and Garuda, Quiksilver raised awareness for clean Bali beaches, protecting the environment and local turtles, along with promoting sustainable tourism.
A few weeks ago we went to Kuta Reef to check what was going on out there. It’d been a while since we’d been over there and I had forgotten how much fun the waves are in that part of the island, the Outer Reefs.
The season has definitely kicked in. Padang on Thursday, Bingin on Wednesday and another swell today. Have you been getting good waves? Here what we have been shooting, Enjoy!!!
We also shoot Padang-Padang swell this week, watch the photo here
The forecast was right, ISL.com crew woke up early and drove to Padang. Arriving there some big sets were coming through but tide was too high. So we waited and we scored.
Here a bit of what was going on in Bali’s most famous break:
IndoSurfLife.com was lucky enough to score a berth on the Aileoita 1’s maiden voyage of the year. Surrounded by friends, all keen, some green, we cruised around the archipelago in early April ready for a good time.
Sailing between spots we only saw about 6 other boats and relished the friendly or empty lineups in what truly is an idyllic locale. Even without a strong forecast, our guide managed to find fun waves all over and by the end of the trip everyone was beyond surfed out and inspired to plan a return visit. Live vicariously through our pics and book your own trip soon.
Everybody’s favorite female charger from WA, Miss Claire Bevilacqua herself, was recently on island to train a pack of 6 up-and-coming Aussie groms and get some waves for herself.