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A spring Leven swell is usually a glorious affair of clear air, brisk NE winds, sunshine, ruler lines and pits. This one was way more rugged, generated by a kink in a pressure system. It was raw in the morning, heavy by all reports, but as the day progressed a few bombs were had between the beatings.

All shots by Kirstin Prisk (www.kirstinprisk.co.uk) and Mike Newman (www.ocean-image.com)