It happens all the time, especially if you’re a surfer or a swimmer. Have you ever been in a public space, and suddenly your nose starts running furiously? Ever wonder why hours after surfing you get salt water nose drip? Well, in the following article we will briefly discuss the anatomy of the nose to explain this bizarre phenomenon. Imagine you go surfing. The waves are trashy, and you take a beating. Saltwater goes in your nose, your mouth, and ears. You get rolled around like clothes in a washing machine.
When mixed up, low pressure systems and Mullaghmore Head mean big waves. The combination of weather patterns and geomorphological characteristics result in epic surf in Ireland’s capital of extreme water sports. Gabe Davies, Andrew Cotton, Tom Butler, Eric Rebiere and Richie Fitzgerald have battled the grey skies, rain and wind to catch the last good bombs of the 2011/2012 winter swell. Watch the big wave surfing session, here . In most cases, it was only possible to take-off on these giant wave faces with the helping hand of jetskis. Al Mennie, the experienced waterman, drew the motor lines along the powerful lefthanders.
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Mullaghmore Head bombs powerful waves in Ireland