- A storm was rolling in off the Pacific last year when Anderson shot fly-fisherman Derek Bond getting hit by a wave. He was casting for black rockfish on a remote beach south of Trinidad, California. "The waves were hammering the coast," says Anderson, of Mountain Home, Idaho. The swell had jumped from four feet to twenty feet in three hours. Anderson hunkered down behind Bond and waited for a wave to break. "I finally had to tell Andy to get back, because it was getting too dangerous," says Bond. "He wasn't afraid at all." THE TOOLS: Canon EOS 5D, 24mm Canon EF f/2.8 lens, ISO 200, 1/4,000 second
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