The next day;
As the mist began to arise in the morning it revealed overhead waves and perfect glass on a part of the reef that has not worked in a long while.
The swell was a touch bigger today around 2.8m and 13 second periods.
We were the first ones out at the spot.
The swell carried on through the day without any crowding , there was waves for all in a typical Irish manner.
The evening session was superb with a pushing tide .
I was the last surfer out as the mist settled on the sea and the sun went down.
|As the mist lifts|
|Simon Oreilly- the evening session|
|A sleeping reef as woke up|