"It's a cloudless pre-dawn morning on Victoria's Surf Coast. The car park at the end of a long, winding road running past forests and paddocks is fast filling as disciples come to pay homage to Huey the weather god. The lines of swell, building from hundreds of nautical miles away deep in the Southern Ocean, quietly roll in through the darkness, before roaring to life as they hit the coastal reefs known to the locals as Winkipop, Rincon and the Bowl. As the first rays of light hit the ocean, they're out there, not wanting to miss a single set. For some, it's a quick early morning surf before work. For others, like Cody Robinson from the nearby town of Jan Juc, this is work." Enjoyed photographing for @cameronbest's story on 20-year-old @codyrobinson_ on the beautiful Great Ocean Road. Worth the 3am get up. Link to story in profile.