14 February, 2019
Winter storms

As Holland is a country situated at the North Sea, we don't get real ground swell. The average depth is to low to generate surf you usually see in France. We usually need some push. This time it was a south-west 50 knots storm that pushed the brown water down the coast line. At some spots it gets blown out as F*&^* but this particular spot worked pretty well. We took Tristan Fopma with us to shoot some stuff. 

Riders: Mees Koch / Jaas Roeper / Senne Roeper / Niels Jalving

Prepared
Always prepared by Senne Roeper
Edit 2
For our second edit we took the weekend off and sprinted to Mimizan, France.
After surf
It’s summer twilight and the wind creating our waves abandoned the shore once the last sunbeams hit the sand.