Behind the Scenes at The Quiksilver Pro Snapper Rocks 2010


Dusty getting his fins free off the lip.
Dusty getting his fins free off the lip.


Dane spent more time above the waves than on them.
Dane spent more time above the waves than on them.

The crowds came to see Kelly and he didn't disappoint.
The crowds came to see Kelly and he didn’t disappoint.

Kelly slater tears up another Snapper Rocks wall
Kelly slater tears up another Snapper Rocks wall.

Dane Reynolds tucks into a small but perfect super bank peeler.
Dane Reynolds tucks into a small but perfect super bank peeler.

Dane Gudauskas turned out to support his bro's Tanner and Pat.
Dane Gudauskas turned out to support his bro’s Tanner and Pat.

Dusty Payne proved his new school style of surfing is the way of the future.
Dusty Payne proved his new school style of surfing is the way of the future.

Despite torrential downpours the crowds flocked to Snapper Rocks, Australia to watch the action.
Despite torrential downpours the crowds flocked to Snapper Rocks, Australia to watch the action.

Snapper Rocks is one of the longest most perfect right hand waves in the world.  Dusty Payne was lucky enough to enjoy it with only one other guy out.  Usually if it was this good, there would be no less than 300-500 people in the water at any given time.
Snapper Rocks is one of the longest most perfect right hand waves in the world. Dusty Payne was lucky enough to enjoy it with only one other guy out. Usually if it was this good, there would be no less than 300-500 people in the water at any given time.