Rare Birds: Salsipuedes
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On the rarest of occasions when the natural elements all sync together for an orchestration rivaled by few waves in the world, Northern Baja’s “Salsipuedes” becomes an epic surf spot of consequence. Don’t let these photos fool you though– your average encounter with this wave will be a mushy and gutless one; regardless, it’s nice to live vicariously through others’ glories on occasion.