KIRRA - AUSTRALIA
The world's best wave? Could be. It's up there. Around a 15-minute drive south of Burleigh Heads, Kirra Point is the logical northern limit of the fabled "Coolie", Coolangatta, Queensland's most southeastern town and the home of a long line of surfing legends. It's flanked at its top end by a rock groyne (Big Groyne) that finishes Coolangatta Beach, and at its bottom end 400 yards down the line by another groyne (Little Groyne), protecting Kirra Beach to the north. Between the groynes is the original point, a scattered lava outcropping extended from a headland to its south. Also between the groynes is stretched the long lethal ribbon of sand responsible for Kirra's supertube magic.
This Great Breaks image by Andrew Shield is printed using high definition photographic imaging on white aluminum. The result is an image that radiates with the same energy and power of the ocean as the day it was captured. No expensive framing necessary. Your print comes hang-ready, with mounting hardware already affixed to the image mount. All you need is a hammer, a nail, and a wall to hang them on.
We are offering this piece in five sizes, 12"x18" for $300, 20"x30" for $475, 24"x36" for $650, 30"x45" for $1,250.00 and the most impressive piece of all our 40"x60" for $1,750.00