Tsunami Surfing

A lit­tle sum­mer ran­dom­ness. It’s actu­al­ly quite beau­ti­ful …

(And, no, I’m not sure if this is tech­ni­cal­ly a tsuna­mi.)

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  • Chris Noto says:

    Actu­al­ly, this has noth­ing at all to do with tsuna­mi. These guys go way off­shore from Los Ange­les, to a place where an under­sea moun­tain­top comes quite close to the sur­face, and rais­es up this huge surf. That’s why you nev­er see the surfer beach his board. There isn’t a beach for many, many miles.

  • Dan Colman says:

    Chris, thanks for the info on that. Pret­ty amaz­ing what they are doing there.


  • Matt says:

    A bit of research shows that this is the open­ing scene of the 2004-ish film Bill­abong Odyssey.

    It is pret­ty stun­ning though, even for a non-surfer.

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