- 19 March 2013 | Surfing
When the perfect waves Kirra are captured with special lenses, the result is breathtaking.
Between the 15th-16th March, Talon Clemow filmed Kirra in all its glory. Clean, silked and endless barrels pumped the Gold Coast.
"The day after the 2013 Quiksilver Pro finished, Kirra turned on in a way that it hadn't done so for the last 10 or 15 years. Clear skies, clear water and a nice groundswell courtesy of Tropical Cyclone Sandra pulsing endless lines into the once fabled Gold Coast point break of the 70's, 80's and 90's", explains Talon Clemow.
"I do hope you enjoy the art in it and fall in love with the ocean like I do every time I envelop myself in it", he adds.
The film titled "The Eagle Has Landed" was shot at 240fps, 5.7mm Kinoptik and 40mm Zeiss Distagon Mk2 lenses. Kirra Point will be a National Surfing Reserve, but is threatened by a giant cruise ship terminal.