Zak Noyle | Sunset Hour in Indo By Bryce Lowe-White | posted on June 18, 2011 “This is sunset hour in the Mentawais,” says Zak Noyle. “There are so many shades of color in this single barrel. It was a very fun week with good waves and people.” Photo: Noyle Previous BlogHow to Check-Stall for the TubeNext BlogMorgan Maassen | Keanu Asing Name (required) Email (required) Website Add Comment By submitting a comment you grant SURFER Magazine a perpetual license to reproduce your words, name and web site in attribution. Comments may be removed at an administrators discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only and will never be shared. Comments Marcus Fender July 6, 2011 12:05 pm At first glace I thought, “Nice picture, but he’s barely in it” Then I noticed the rest; the ripples in the white water line from the wave before, the glassy anticipation of the section ahead. I’ll never get to surf fast left barrels again because of a poorly healed broken neck; the Dr. says I shouldn’t surf at all. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to arm chair surf this one.