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    • Bobby Campbell

      solo surf in crystal clear waters. Ask yourself. What would be going through your mind if you were here. On the board. In the ocean.

    • The Squee Project

      My favourite color - it makes me think of possibility and peacefulness and a thousand tiny sunbeams illuminating thoughts you couldn't see properly until you reached the ocean...

    • Denise Keniston

      Emerald Green Waters are crystal clear in Noosa, Queensland, Australia. Fantastic!

    • Stefy Sandor

      solo surf in crystal clear waters ahhh! i just love this.

    • Ciarra Morgey

      solo surf in crystal clear waters! I need to be here!

    • Melissa stone

      solo surf in crystal clear waters #GoWest Daydream

    • BLUEGOLD

      solo surf in crystal clear waters www.bluegold.nl

    • Fred Steube

      The beauty of waiting for a wave - #surfing

    • Surfer Dad

      Clear water surfing aerial photo

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