skeleton bay

Donkey Bay, Namibia by Marc Llewellyn

There is a wave, a complete natural phenomenom of moving sand which, as of 10 years ago, created arguably the greatest wave on the planet. Donkey Bay, Namibia.

Two kilometers of unsectioned, below sea-level, grinding barrels which cause even the best surfers on the planet to drop their jaws in awe when in it’s presence. An ever shifting chunk of sand which is predicted to move further north, changing its shape and no longer be the wave that it is today. On a three-week visit, I was lucky enough to coincide with an amazing swell and experience a wave which is on every surfers bucket list.