(1/19/18) The morning after the biggest west angled swell of the decade assaulted the Pacific Coast, the ocean was still in throws of passion. While yesterday’s 24 feet-19 second swell produced ominous conditions veiled in fog and rain, today’s 16 feet-16 second swell was more approachable and lit with warm early light. The churned up sea foam, rich in color and texture made for a muffled sounding wave that was much bigger than it looks. If a surfer were riding this wave, (s)he’d be standing upright in this tube. This day, no takers.