Portfolio with Nic Lugo.

Nic Lugo has been chasing surf for a long time and in doing so has created some serious imagery. We asked him to send over a few photos that he's currently stoked on. What we got is this insane gallery of OBX shots from the summer/fall of '17.

A few of these are from one of the best days the Outer Banks has seen in possibly ten plus years. Brett Barley was claiming that and I'll take his word for it. 

Looking at these I'm pretty amazed and baffled at how well Nic was able to line up with surfers on these barrel sections. It tells me he was in a really good rhythm with the ocean that morning. Check it out for yourself.

... and I know this is all just leftovers.  

 Mason Barnes.   Are you kidding. Obviously, all the elements came together pretty well this day. That's an epic view no matter where you are on this planet. 

Mason Barnes. 

Are you kidding. Obviously, all the elements came together pretty well this day. That's an epic view no matter where you are on this planet. 

 Oliver Kurtz Vs. Foam Ball. I watched him get blown out of enough barrels this morning that I can be confident he won. 

Oliver Kurtz Vs. Foam Ball. I watched him get blown out of enough barrels this morning that I can be confident he won. 

 Hunter Lysaught. 

Hunter Lysaught. 

 Brett Barley.   Nic got a little wider for this shot. Not sure if it's still the same morning as the above photos, it could have been just another swell day in the Outer Banks. 

Brett Barley. 

Nic got a little wider for this shot. Not sure if it's still the same morning as the above photos, it could have been just another swell day in the Outer Banks. 

 Brett Barley with that layback stall into the pit. 

Brett Barley with that layback stall into the pit. 

 Deep and Wide for Chew Guy (Luke Marks). This image is from a no-named storm that passed just off the coast of the Outer Banks in the late summer. There just so happened to be a QS event running during this swell which made for one of the better QS comps I've ever seen. 

Deep and Wide for Chew Guy (Luke Marks). This image is from a no-named storm that passed just off the coast of the Outer Banks in the late summer. There just so happened to be a QS event running during this swell which made for one of the better QS comps I've ever seen. 

Thanks Nic for sending these over. If I could put them all into print I would because that's where they belong. 

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