Unknown on a perfect New Hampshire sunrise
Sam Hammer, Tommy Ihnken and Andrew Gessler exploring during winterstorm Juno
Empty frozen lefts
Erik Cannon and the wall all to himself on an overhead, empty frozen morning.
Stiff cold offshores and a punishing paddle out
The rocks
Empty rights for good reason, that seasmoke in the background signifies a brutal cold air temp. Water is currently 38 degrees, air 1 degree
The cold walk back to the car
Bryan Johnson at a left that is normally crowded gliding through the seasmoke with one other friend out.
Bryan Johnson at a left that is normally crowded gliding through the seasmoke with one other friend out.
Sam Hammer, Tommy Ihnken and Andrew Gessler exploring during winterstorm Juno
Snow, empty A-frames and frozen fingers.
Erik Cannon walks ontop of the now buried wall on the coldest morning I can remember in a long time. The snow has breached the top of the almost 5 foot concrete wall that defines our home break and shows no signs of letting up.
Distant right beyond the snowbanks
Emptu lefts on a frozen morning
Wind drifts and buried park benches. I walked through waist deep fluff just to check this spot.
Sam Hammer and the last bit of leftover swell from Juno at the wall

Nor’Easters

It's been a solid winter for surfers on the New Hampshire coast