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Working on the computer I can hear the water running down the gutters and see the slush falling from the sky. There is a 12-15ft swell brewing up just on the other side of the mountains that I used to be able to see out my windows. Today the mountains are long lost in the clouds and there is little hope of chartering a bush plane for a ride to Petrof Glacier. Always hope for tomorrow.

In the meantime, you can join me in a daydream inspired by more aerial surf photos. Once again, these photos were captured while I was flying a paramotor over the surf break. This was a bit of a storm surf session on Bishops Beach in Homer, Alaska. The rough water made for even more interesting patterns from overhead. Mike McCune is ripping it up on the red and white board in most of these shots.

Aerial photo of surfing in Alaska

Aerial photo of surf kayaking in Alaska

Randy Keller surf kayaking Alaska

Aerial photo of surfing in Alaska

Aerial photo of surfing in Alaska

Kurtis Schoenberg

Aerial photo of surfing in Alaska

Aerial photo of surfing in Alaska

Aerial photo of surf kayaking in Alaska

Randy Keller surf kayaking Alaska.

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