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Everybody's going surfing - or whatever

Fun waves at the Pocket at Kawana.
Fun waves at the Pocket at Kawana. Brett Wortman

WHAT do you do when it's a nice day on the Sunshine Coast?

If you're a surfer you grab your board and make the most of it.

Photographer Brett Wortman caught these action shots at The Pocket yesterday.

 

Topics:  beach, summer, surfing




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