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"I was shooting mostly underwater photos until I looked up and saw a bigger set coming, almost twice the size of anything else that had come through that day. Craig took off, but I was stuck inside and I had two options: I could swim underneath the wave and not shoot it, or take it on the head and try to get a shot. I swam as fast as I could and barely got up under the lip. I was in the barrel looking up a Craig, shot the sequence, and then tried to get deep enough underwater that his fins would miss me. Most of the time in waves like that, guys are riding thrusters, so you only have to get about three inches under the surface. But Craig was riding a single fin with a 7- or 8-inch fin, which ended up nailing my camera port underwater.” - Todd Glaser

(via thecoastalcity)