Huge waves of California
• Huge waves California
Waves like to 6 meters high hit the southern California beaches, damaging the house on the waterfront, destroying piles of the pier and attracting tens of surfers.
Boogie surfer and surfer riding on a wave, Newport Beach, California.
Malibu surfer Angelo Gulotti goes to the board, broken while riding on a wave.
Malibu Pierce (pictured) was closed on Tuesday night, after the water was pulled unconscious surfer. Rescuers tried to give him first aid, but to no avail. At the request of local authorities surfer died.
The famous American bigveyv surfer Laird Hamilton was among those who enjoyed the huge waves in Malibu, California.
Laird Hamilton passes under the pier Malibu.
Excellent waves are the result of the excitement caused by Hurricane Marie in the Pacific Ocean, 800 miles west of the Mexican peninsula of Baja California.
"This is the biggest waves in Southern California since 1997, when two hurricanes swept over the Pacific Ocean each other for a few weeks," - says an expert on the weather from the National Weather Service Stuart Seto.
A surfer riding a wave on his stomach goes in Wedge - a popular spot for surfing in Newport Beach, California.
Thousands of spectators lined Wedge to watch the surfers, the waves emerging from the waves.
Swimmer catches a wave in the Wedge.
Bugiborder and surfer riding on a wave in the Wedge.
Surfer washes with big waves in Seal Beach.
According to the National Weather Service said the beaches stretching for 100 km to the coast of Southern California, will see large waves and rip current.
Body - a surfer waiting for the right moment to enter the water, Wedge.
A surfer takes off on a wave, Wedge.
Local authorities called ordinary surfers do not go into the water because of the strong surf and dangerous rip current. They recommended that only experienced surfers enter the water.
The audience also got a huge wave on the beach. Recall the wave came in the wake of Hurricane Marie, passed in the Pacific Ocean to the west of Mexico. The hurricane caused a sudden flood on the ocean in Seal Beach, California.
A crowd of beachgoers watch as surfers enjoy the waves of the second day, 6 meters high, Wedge.
Not all of them are a surfer, many take the opportunity to soak up the sun, as huge waves demolished Beach in Seal Beach.
Devin Galinto (left) and Dorian Ortloff jumps from the waves crashing on the wooden promenade on the peninsula in Long Beach.
Swimmer catch a wave, Wedge.
The bulldozer continued to build sand berms: Hurricane Marie waves begin to flood the beach at Seal Beach.