Beautiful waves peeling into a barrel during an afternoon surf session. Traditional outrigger fishing boats are used as surf taxis, taking local and foreign surfers out to the breaks. The right hand break is called Shipwrecks, and the left hand break is called Razors. These two perfect breaks are located right beside each other off the coast of Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Indonesia.
A surfer pumps down the line at Shipwrecks surf break in order to make the barrel on one cloudy afternoon.
Vibrant colours fill the sky over twilight hour in Nusa Lembongan.
A surf taxi pulls up to an empty line up at Razors surf break.
Behind a moored outrigger, a surfer can be spotted inside a mini-barrel.
The light dims over the Lembongan sky as the sun sets behind Bali and a silhouette of mountains appear in the distance.
Surfers attempt tricks in the water at Shipwrecks surf break.