Illuminated by two mammoth spotlights, competitors at the Oakley Pro Bali were privy to a night session at Keramas. Near the pool, a DJ spun records well in to the night. Here’s Adam Melling, letting loose. Photo: Hennings
Adam Melling and his lovely girlfriend taking in the festivities.
Although he was knocked out of the event in Round 2, Adam Melling decided to stay put in Bali to see what would unfold. By the looks of this session, he made the right choice. Photo: Hennings
Bintangs for all.
Melling again, turning on his night vision to assault the lineup at Keramas. Adam Melling. Photo: Hennings
Despite its perfect appearance, Keramas can be a difficult wave to judge in broad daylight. But tonight, illuminated with a pair of massive spotlights, the world’s best continued to make it look downright easy. Bede Durbidge, honing his senses. Photo: Hennings
Did we mention how rad this party was?
Jack Robinson adds some flair to a black-and-white issue. Photo: Hennings
You know Kolohe wasn't about to miss a perfectly good night session.
Seabass Ziets, swimming up stream. Photo: Hennings
Surfing Mag's Sherms and son in front of the lens instead of behind it. Photo: Hennings
Although he may technically be a minor, we’re confident that Jack Robinson will soon be a major threat to the World Tour. Photo: Hennings
Seabass again, surfing like a fish out of water. Photo: Hennings
Komune Resort doing their best to give the boys some light. Photo: Curley
Sage Erickson and some lovely friends ready to get groovy.
Rain or shine, night or day, three thumbs or two, Seabass comes to the show ready to party. Photo: Hennings
As one of the most trumpeted juniors hailing from Australia, Jack Robinson is no stranger to the spotlight. Photo: Hennings
Michel Bourez might have to surf tomorrow, so his former team manager, Frankie, doing the hard work for him.
The inside ramps at Keramas can be downright sketchy at midday, but even in the thick of night, that doesn’t seem to worry Adam Melling. Photo: Hennings
Kolohe Andino not psyched on losing in Round 2, but happy to partake in some nightlife.
Keramas Local Boardriders prepping for their expression session.
Like a nighthawk, Bede Durbidge choses to only take flight at night. Photo: Hennings
Seabass, putting on a midnight show for the crowd on the beach. Photo: Hennings
Seabass, ready to unleash some of his trademark dance moves.
Adam Melling, taking the midnight flight to Bali. Photo: Hennings