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Surf photographer and Drift pal Kalle Lundholm has delved into the archives to bring together another stunning collection of images to while away your time out of the water. Kalle, originally from Sweden, now spends much of his time touring the globe, chasing waves and catching jaw-droppingly beautiful images.

This collection spans right back to the beginning of his career and his time spent in Brisbane. Kitted out with an Outex underwater housing, Kalle jumped in the deep end, spending the next year in the water shooting the infamous Gold Coast surf scene.

From the Superbank at Snapper Rocks, one of the longest hollowest waves in the world, through to the thick and fast dredging barrels of Burleigh Heads, Kalle was there to capture it all in considerable style.

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One of those magic sunsets when everything just come together.

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Only one surfer left out at sea waiting for the last wave.

Gold Coast surf

Snapper Rock, Queensland, Australia, this is one of my favourite place on earth. This evening was simply magic.

Gold Coast surf

First surfer in the water at Burleigh Head, Queensland









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