The Biggest Waves New Jersey Has Seen…

…in awhile. April 17, 2011 was a day that held some of New Jersey’s biggest surf all season. When was the last time you saw NJ waves this big on the beach? Contrary to the last post’s video, not all of these beasts were going to pound you. As you’ll see in the clip below, some of them just ate you. Wetsuit and all.

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PJ Raia surfing big waves in New Jersey.

biggest wave in nj. april 17 2011

surfing slabs. biggest nj wave.

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123 Responses to The Biggest Waves New Jersey Has Seen…

  1. Beautiful photos. I really love the colors in the first pic. Amazing. Congrats on Freshly Pressed.

  2. These are amazing photos … and they’re also serving to make me very jealous of where you live!
    ;)

  3. Laoshi Ma says:

    Where was this in Jersey? What beach?

  4. Eva McCane says:

    those pictures are phenomenal. I had no idea NJ was so beautiful.

  5. Lakia Gordon says:

    Those waves are beautiful :) I wish I was there right about now lol

  6. beckyspringer says:

    Holy cow! That first photo is breath-taking!!

  7. whatsaysyou says:

    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed. Cool pictures you have and keep it up.

    • Ganesh says:

      I had a rather hard time cooshing just one type of physician I would want to work for. So many of them fascinate me, and with me not really going into any medical field other than support, I never gave this any thought in the past. After reading the list, I am more favorable of working for a neonatologist. It is difficult to think about how neonatologist physicians sometimes have the most difficult job in the world, but I can only imagine how amazing it would be to be a part of saving a baby’s life. I had a coworker once whose baby was born at 36 weeks, and her baby had a lot of heart and lung problems. There were concerns about whether or not they would ever fully develop once she had him, but after many months in the NICU, and many scares that happened during it, the doctors were able to save him and he is now a very healthy 5 year old. It is because of that I have a higher interest in the neonatologist field.I hate to say which type of physician I would care less to work for, and it is because I worry that many will take it the wrong way. When I was 16, I used to help my mom at an assisted living home as a caregiver. We would get to work at 7:00 A.M. every morning to prepare breakfast for four of the elderly men and women that we were caring for. We would then make sure that all bedding was changed, rooms were cleaned, meals were prepared, and appointments were handled. We worked 12 hour days, and they were always grueling. The owner of the home made sure that everyone had their medicine and made it to their doctor appointments on time. However, she was more worried about getting paid for her services than actually helping the elderly. She would yell at them if they did something wrong, and even call them terrible names. My mom reported her and we both quit our job, but it has always left a sting in my heart since then. It is because of my experience with that situation that I do not think I could ever work for a gerontologist. I know that the situations would be much different, but ever since my experience with caring for elderly individuals it is very hard for me to think about assisting a physician in geriatrics because I worry that someone else might treat the elderly in the same way the owner of the home did. I am a firm believer that the elderly deserve the ultimate care and comfort when going through any treatment and aging in general, but I do not think I could ever work in that environment again.

  8. nearlynormalized says:

    Pics are great; Jersey standards big waves–oh my, I think I’ll stay in Hawaii—enjoy and stay safe from the “big” surf. Jump on a cheap flight, hang on the beach in Kauai and surf four sets of waves all in the same place. Inside, middle inside, outside and then beyond the reef. Come, enjoy the warmth and no wetsuit, bring your camera.

    • Metallika says:

      For me this is a relatively easy qeiotusn, but has a pretty complex answer. The specialty I have actually looked forward to working with is OB/GYN. I find that the ability of a woman’s body to produce a child, endure the amount of abuse it takes during a pregnancy, and the amount of pain endured during delivery is amazing. The joy of being able to be present as life enters the world is truly one of the greatest moments in life. To me that would be the best possible option. I also would love working in the operating room with a surgeon. I have experienced the OR quite a few times, and have been on both sides of the table. I have to say I would love to work with any surgeon in the OR except for Orthopedics. The reason behind that is the surgery’s are pretty brutal when it comes to the skeletal system. Having been in the OR with an Orthopedic surgeon and seeing the use of the saws, hammers and other heavy equipment in order to perform the surgery just sends chills up my spine. I know that type of surgery is not for me. I think my favorite surgeries have to be that of the abdominal cavity. The specialties that I would least like to work for are few, and for simple reasons. Pediatrics is not a specialty for me since I have four children of my own. My Aunt is a neonatal nurse practitioner and I followed her in high school and saw the good, the bad, and the ugly so I can honestly say I could not emotionally handle that type of position. Podiatry is also an area I could not see myself working. The reason behind this is pretty silly, but here goes, I very much dislike other peoples feet especially if they are not well kept. I know in the medical field you will encounter feet on a daily basis, but I could not mainly work with feet on an everyday basis. My last specialty is Orthopedics for the reasons I noted above about the barbaric nature of the surgeries and treatments for the musculoskeletal system. Its just not for me.

  9. Congrats on Freshly Pressed! I grew up in Jersey and was curious to see your post. OMG for the Jersey shore I would agree, those are huge…beautiful pics too…I am curious, as well, which beach?

  10. Anonymous says:

    cool waves. looks like fun.nice pics.

  11. Lauren says:

    I had no idea New Jersey could have big waves! Great photos and congrats on Freshly Pressed!

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  13. cookiegeisha says:

    Your photos are amazing. I hope you had a blast out there.

  14. CrystalSpins says:

    This reminds me of when I went to the Hamptons. It was September and I saw someone with a surf board on the beach. It had never occurred to me that even though they have access to the ocean that people in NY would surf.

    Crystal

  15. Wonderful photographs! My personal favorites are the first and second: the waves are great, and the lighting is beautiful!

    Congratulations on being Freshly Pressed !

  16. Thank you so much for such a positive response. This is the real Jersey Shore :) All of these waves were in Monmouth County!

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    • lvh2 says:

      Pictures are just beautiful. Being from the shore myself,
      I get to enjoy the beach whenever I want.
      Hope this summer is a nice as last. :)

    • colleen says:

      those pics make me miss Jersey shore so much, can hardly wait til summertime! OCNJ at its best. :)

  17. Wow! Never remember seeing waves like this before….any idea why?

  18. Very cool photos. This reminds me of beach vacations growing up in the northeast.

  19. Congratulations on FP. I’m sending this to a surfer friend in CA. My brother and I did elementary in northern NJ, then moved to the Atlantic coast of FL. We never considered the Jersey shore a surfing capital like the waves off of Cocoa Beach. Thank you for sharing.

  20. photos4u2c says:

    Nice series. You make Jersey look like California.

  21. Wow, nice pictures. Where in NJ?

  22. nesha says:

    Wow ! Thank you for sharing such wonderful and breath taking pictures. :)

  23. Saltybill says:

    I love waves like that! Happy Earth Day!

  24. vishalt says:

    a really impressive palette of colors you have captured..congrats..!!

  25. mymuse2011 says:

    Surf in NJ? Give me a break! Seriously though, incredible pics….and so hollow!!
    Nice to see the East Coast grinding!! Congrats on being FP’d!

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  26. awesomely, beautiful pics, the vids cool too!!!
    I can’t wait till its warmer to surf rockaway!!!
    ooo yea guys and gals, take a look at my blog at carlosdreamsandcreates.wordpress.com
    I’ll def do some surf blogs when the time comes.
    great post cheers!!!!

  27. Nurhusien says:

    Tenkyuo world press.com beste program .
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  28. Jess says:

    I was at the Jersey Shore myself that weekend. Crazy. Nice photos and congrats on FP.

  29. nearlynormalized says:

    Where’s Snooki?

  30. Time to wax my board and hit NJ’s waves Dude.

    Blessings,

    Ava
    xox

  31. Majestic photos! Well done!

  32. evajoy says:

    Wow! These pics are the most beautiful I have ever seen. I can’t wait to see the next post you do.

    • Fauster says:

      Bman, in addition to uttgalirhls and light sport aircraft, sailplanes are a nice way to go in some areas. Down here in AZ, you can join a club with reasonable annual dues and sign out an aircraft to fly pretty much whenever you want. Sailplanes have a faster learning curve than powered aircraft, and experience flying sailplanes translates well into powered aircraft. You can also fly those things all day here in AZ not a drop of fuel required after release from tow.For me, flying has always been more about being in the air and less about going from point to point. In my Air Force days, I soloed in a sailplane. I was about to solo in a plane before I stopped the powered lessons (medical red tape at the time). I switched to hang gliding (referred to as free flight or foot-launched flight) for quite a few years, and that was really more my style. I liked carrying my aircraft on my back (~60 lbs) and storing it on a ladder rack in my garage. I liked understanding every single bolt on my aircraft, and I liked being able to do a truly complete pre-flight check. I liked being able to buy a brand new aircraft for less than the cost of a used car. I especially liked the feeling of complete and utter freedom while in the air. I was not in the aircraft, I WAS the aircraft. No claustrophobic cockpit. What a feeling to thermal up over 13000 feet and fly over the back of a majestic mountain range.I gave up the hang gliding when I nearly killed myself on a steep mountain launch. For those of you that don’t believe in God a near death experience followed by a miraculous save all the while KNOWING that God was in the glider with me that day would have cured me from a lifetime of atheism. I would like to emphasize that the incident was completely due to pilot stupidity, and I believe hang gliding is inherently safe as long as you are properly instructed, current, and flying within your capabilities.I still think about free flight often and long to be back in the air. I have a little powered harness that converts a hang glider into a foot-launched ultralight, and I might one day take to the skies again.

  33. Steve says:

    Everybody’s going surfing. Jersey USA.

  34. ryoko861 says:

    Born and raised in Jersey, I’ve NEVER seen waves like that! Your pictures are fantastic!

  35. RoyCoup says:

    Also born and raised in Jerz and never saw anything like this. One of my fav lines in Apocalypse Now is when what’s his face says, “what the f**k do you know about surfing, private, you grew up in New Jersey!” guess that doesn’t really work after this…

  36. Scott says:

    I live in New Jersey. One word. Just ONE word….

    Amaaazing!

    I really, truly can’t believe it. Love the photos.

  37. Wow did you take the first photo let me know it’s a postcard view

  38. rtcrita says:

    Gorgeous! I don’t know why, but looking at pics of ocean waves has always been relaxing to me. I can’t even swim, but pics of surfers make me feel relaxed. Maybe it’s because they just look so in control of what they are doing and the massive waves are something you know you can’t fight, so you just have to roll with it. And the thought of just riding along and enjoying something like that seems so perfect. Thanks for sharing!

  39. Ramanji says:

    Your pictures really boost up my inagination.Fantastic

  40. yingyingxue says:

    very very beautiful

  41. Wow, that’s beautiful! I love the way you captured the waves. Nice post and keep it up!

  42. Angeline M says:

    Really great photos!

    Congrats on the FP

  43. achilliad says:

    I lived for years in southern New Jersey, south of Atlantic County, but never saw these big bad boys, yet there were some nice ones after hurricanes passed off-shore. I miss that coast very much. Something tells me these waves might have something to do with the geological activity on the other side of the planet…so fasten seatbelts, and Bravo on getting your Freshly Pressed suit all wet :)

  44. I like the photo with the rocks. Congratulations on being chosen for Freshly Pressed!

  45. i loved the photos there great .

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  46. gokon says:

    .. i’m not a surfer, ‘ve never tried, i have no idea how it works…
    all i know is that the pics looks great!!

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    • For me this is a relatively easy question, but has a pretty complex answer. The specialty I have actually looked forward to working with is OB/GYN. I find that the ability of a woman’s body to produce a child, endure the amount of abuse it takes during a pregnancy, and the amount of pain endured during delivery is amazing. The joy of being able to be present as life enters the world is truly one of the greatest moments in life. To me that would be the best possible option. I also would love working in the operating room with a surgeon. I have experienced the OR quite a few times, and have been on both “sides” of the table. I have to say I would love to work with any surgeon in the OR except for Orthopedics. The reason behind that is the surgery’s are pretty brutal when it comes to the skeletal system. Having been in the OR with an Orthopedic surgeon and seeing the use of the saws, hammers and other heavy equipment in order to perform the surgery just sends chills up my spine. I know that type of surgery is not for me. I think my favorite surgeries have to be that of the abdominal cavity. The specialties that I would least like to work for are few, and for simple reasons. Pediatrics is not a specialty for me since I have four children of my own. My Aunt is a neonatal nurse practitioner and I followed her in high school and saw the good, the bad, and the ugly so I can honestly say I could not emotionally handle that type of position. Podiatry is also an area I could not see myself working. The reason behind this is pretty silly, but here goes, I very much dislike other peoples feet especially if they are not well kept. I know in the medical field you will encounter feet on a daily basis, but I could not mainly work with feet on an everyday basis. My last specialty is Orthopedics for the reasons I noted above about the “barbaric” nature of the surgeries and treatments for the musculoskeletal system. Its just not for me.

    • Sasha says:

      Bman: I went to college (La Tech)to be a pilot(professional avaoiitn). I’d say chase the dream!!! The view from 3000 is phenomenal. The noise and wind inundates you. At my size the Cessna 152 is QUITE small, and very uncomfortable to fly, but as soon as the engine starts to whine, all the discomfort is forgotten. If you have any of the concerns that Jim describes, you still have powered flight options! They’re cheaper and just as fun! Buy and fly an ultralight aircraft!!!FAR 103 covers powered ultralight aircraft. There are no training, physical, or licensing rquirements.(I WOULD NOT ADVISE ANYONE TO EVER ATTEMPT TO FLY ANY AIRCRAFT WITHOUT PROPER TRAINING!!!)You could also look into light sport aircraft which was a change instituted in 2004 by FAA (courtesy of Experimental association). It doesn’t require medical approval, either. Basically, if you can get a driver license, you can get a light sport pilot license.If you dream of powered flight I can promise you’ll never regret it! As an aside (I was at the air space museum (Smithsonian) for the 100th anniversary(exact moment) of powered flight.) It was great. I met descendents of wilbur orville and more importantly Charles Taylor (any other airplane nerds know who he is? don’t cheat by googling). I found out that the wright flyer is original except for the fabric. They cut them up into pieces and gave them as souveniers, and sold some of them to continue funding flight ops.Sadly some raging assholes flew planes into the world trade center and ended my hopes of being a professional pilot, by putting many experienced pilots out of work, thus creating a backlog that’d take years to overcome flying chicken transports out of honduras at 15k a year. I had a few kids by this time (4 of 6) and couldn’t afford the paycut. I was already working as a mechanic for Delta, so I just rode that pony til I ran out of quarters.

    • Holy shiznit, this is so cool thank you.

  47. Wow beauty full picture,keep it up.

    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed

  48. Nice… I miss the sea and surf. I used to do some surf photography many years ago in Durban area, South Afica, and don’t get to see anything in Bangkok, so will keep checking out your blog to give me that surf feeling. Great pictues and I look forward to seeing more. I am on a journey in Thailand http://allansjourney.wordpress.com Have a great weekend and Easter.

  49. Shannon says:

    These pictures are beautiful, as ‘jersey girl’ I am happy to see a blog showcasing our shore! Congrats on Freshly Pressed!! What camera did you shoot these with?

  50. Some outstanding pictures you have there – those are some huge waves!

  51. The second photo was unexpected! I thought those waves were really a lot smaller. And when you said… they eat you I didn’t realize they actually did. The first picture has pretty colors… but my favorite is the second. (Could be the third, too)–OK lets just say I like all of the pictures!

  52. Thanks for sharing these with us, they are excellent and congrats on Freshly Pressed!

    I love being able to nip down to my nearest beach (Curium in Limassol, Cyprus) and am looking forward to a visit there tomorrow for lunch.

  53. Charlotte says:

    Outstandig pics! Love them.

  54. f@#k yes! how’s the slab in the third pic!!!

  55. thor27 says:

    Yep those were some pretty awesome waves. Surfers were happy that’s for sure.

  56. hshawjr says:

    I don’t know about the biggest, the ones in Storm of Century during Dec ’92 were about 30′ crashing onto Gunnison Beach up at Sandy Hook and flooded Sea Bright. No surfers though only crazy Coasties and people that had to be out that day. :-) Great pictures!

    Harold

  57. beingzhenya says:

    I used to live in Jersey, loved it!

  58. I just adore the breathtaking surf photo’s in NJ. They capture the atmospheric snapshot of nature at her best.Truly beautiful. This said from ‘Little Old England.’ Where we see nothing of this scale on our shore’s ever, yet!!!

  59. I especially like photos 1 and 4. They speak volumes about the headline. Awesome captures!

  60. Sajeevs blog says:

    Amazing, awesome, fantastic pictures:) congrats

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  62. sangriasthoughts&lemonwedges says:

    oh my this is jersey? wow, great photos

  63. Thank you for showing many out there how beautiful the NJ shore really is!

  64. nice work perfect picture we take energy so simple thank you

  65. Landsharks says:

    The photography is fantastic. Thank you for sharing!

  66. eternallyemo says:

    Dude! Those are some awesome pics. Way to show ‘em what Jersey is all about!

    Congrats on FP!

  67. Rike says:

    The colours in the first one are just amazing! Great shots!

    • Lera says:

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  68. Roda says:

    Hi,
    You are made poignantly aware of the frailty of man against the might of an ocean of water. Truly beautiful, peaceful and stormy ….all the contrasts actually. Thanks for sharing and congrats on being freshly pressed.

  69. tliztom says:

    amaaaazing pics !!!! :) !!!

  70. Nice photos! The fist pic is my favorite. I love the colors and the balance of images. Cool!

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  72. enjoibeing says:

    wow amazing photographs, and the waves are pretty big, those are bigger than socal waves depending on where you go. really nice photos though

  73. gotoffs says:

    The face in photo number 2 looks perfect!

  74. Gives a whole new meaning to Jersey Shore! Congratsmon freshly pressed!
    Chris

  75. Great pictures Thanks for replacing pictures stuck in my head of Jersey Shore Tv People…lol… Congrats on FP :)

  76. Geoff says:

    Some beautiful images in this series, thanks.

  77. Wow…Impressive :o) The biggest waves I have surfed were in Hawaii. I spent 3 months in Maui. Really great!!! :o) Cheers to all

  78. Alex says:

    Love Jersey. So pretty

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  79. Wow!…those are like 7-10 overhead….wow I am from the beach in south NJ….and we dont have them here…WTF?

  80. Greg Chumney says:

    These are beautiful pictures, it would be nice to be able to look at these sites everyday.

  81. B. J. Parker says:

    Really great captures. The color and the energy is powerful.

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  83. gathua says:

    The 1st pic makes me want that beach …!! great work!!

  84. fionaqiqi says:

    beautiful. i wanna dive into the sea.

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  86. Pics are great; Jersey standards big waves–oh my, I think I’ll stay in Hawaii—enjoy and stay safe from the “big” surf. Jump on a cheap flight, hang on the beach in Kauai and surf four sets of waves all in the same place. Inside, middle inside, outside and then beyond the reef. Come, enjoy the warmth and no wetsuit, bring your camera.

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  88. Nurhusien says:

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  89. surfcamppipa says:

    watch the video and vote for this amazing young brazilian surfer
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  90. Congrats on Freshly Pressed! I grew up in Jersey and was curious to see your post. OMG for the Jersey shore I would agree, those are huge…beautiful pics too…I am curious, as well, which beach?

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  92. Wow. I’ve lived in Jersey all my life and have never seen waves like that. That first on is a beautiful photo too!

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