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The good news is that Florida and the Gulf saw some surf yesterday with the wave starved locals tucking into bite sized chunks and reprtedly there were a few golden moments on dark. "South Florida was epic last night." said Nicholas Desiderio. "Wind turned offshore for good around 5:30pm and if you found the right sand bar you were getting barreled all night!" Jupiter Inlet saw some rippable peaks.© 2014 PDB sarge
And some contrasting styles.© 2014 PDB sarge
Sunglow Pier had some peaks worth stamping on.© 2014 NotoriousNate
Boynton Inlet area some some proper size and winds to go along with it.© 2014 hippie22
It was enough at Boynton Inlet for Irene to indulge in a spot of board-breaking action.© 2014 hippie22
Further north the oft dismissed Georgia was even turning it on in the 17th Street area.© 2014 JackDressel
Big barrels and big drops at one of Chile's premier big waves spots
Swiss surfers make the most of their environment and shred this powerful wave caused by a flooding river.
The first instalment of the Definition series takes a closer look at Californian Photographer Chris Burkard
Skeet Durham nails a huge drop at Nias and is rewarded with a deep tube which he comes flying out of arms akimbo.
Noa Deane and Shane Fletcher brings us this clip equipped with fast tunes and weird editing