Mundaka by Oscar Martinez Diego
June 25, 2020

The estuary at Mundaka is choked with fine sand, the result of eons of relentless erosion, through which the river winds its inexorable way to the ocean. Where the two meet, the combination of river and oceanic currents have sculpted a sandbank that has an almost mathematical perfection — angles, curves, depth, all seemingly precision engineered to produce one of the most awesome waves on the planet.

300mm · f/9.0 · 1/1000s · ISO 400
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