Surf Photo Friday – Jill Manos Surfs the Freezing Water of Nova Scotia, Canada
Although we’re late to the party, we’ve quickly grown to love Instagram. It’s such a great platform to keep in touch with our readers and to see their surfing lives as presented through their own lenses. A few days ago after seeing one of our own posts claiming “being frozen” or something to that effect, we were tagged by another reader who directed our attention toward an image with the simple caption, “Ice Queen.” When we clicked on the photo of Canadian surfer, Jill Manos, the true meaning of cold sent shivers down our spines.
Jill fills in the details of her freezing winter session in Nova Scotia, Canada.
“Xcel 6/5/4mm, 8mm boots and 7mm gloves. -17°C with wind chill that even freezes saltwater pretty quickly.”
As we join the ranks of Southern California surfers heading out to our local surf spots tomorrow morning, the photo of Jill’s icicle-clad face will be on our phones, ready to show to every surfer who utters the phrase, “It’s freezing out here!”
Thank you for dropping by for another installment of Surf Photo Friday. Have a great weekend everyone …and as always, thank you for your support of Jettygirl.
Jill Manos noserides a clean right in Nova Scotia, Canada. Photo: Scotty Sherin
“Ice Queen” Photo: Nico Manos
Previous Surf Photo Fridays | Malia Ward, Chris Ward, & a Surf Photographer’s Second Worst Nightmare | Chloe Buckley & the Tiny Five Hundred Dollar Wave | A Special Surf Session with Ashley Lloyd Thompson, Julie Cox, Alex Thompson, Chris Cuevas & Sheri Crummer | Kelly Nicely & the Pelican Session | Mary Osborne & Her Beloved 9’10″ Cooperfish Single Fin | Kelia Moniz, Megan Godinez, Geodee Clark & Bruna Schmitz | Kamalehua Keohokapu | Claire Bevilacqua | Lulu Erkeneff | Alexa Frantz |Rebecca Woods | Silvana Lima | Alessa Quizon
Jill Manos on Instagram
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